Emscripten and npm
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WebAssembly (wasm) is often framed as either a performance primitive or a way to run your existing C++ codebase on the web. With squoosh.app we wanted to show that there is at least a third perspective for wasm: making use of the huge ecosystems of other programming languages. With Emscripten you can use C/C++ code, Rust has wasm support built in and the Go team is working on it, too. I'm sure many other languages will follow.