Some OG containerization
Wasmer, boss-mer… After two years of work, YC-backed Wasmer just released v1.0 of its runtime that promises to let you “run any code on any client.”
Let’s get into some of the new features which make Wasmer 1.0 even… awesome-r.
The Bottom Line
By now, you might be thinking, “but I’m a web developer. I haven’t had to think about binaries since my last job interview!”
Fair point, but as WebAssembly continues to make its way into the mainstream web-dev world, we think it’ll be worth becoming familiar with tools like Wasmer.
Plus, rumor has it that using WebAssembly just once will automatically jump you to the Mage Class of the HackerNews hierarchy, which unlocks special abilities like an unearned sense of superiority over your peers.
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JS Tip- Loops and Labels
For array methods and recursive functions, you can end a loop early with a
These two statements work great for individual loops, but what if we needed to coordinate nested loops? If we just used
To let us call
Next time you need to nest loops for some reason, you can use a label,
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