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Using WebAssembly

Designed to be used alongside JavaScript to speed up key application components, WebAssembly can have much higher, and more consistent execution speed than JavaScript, similar to C, C++, or Rust. Deno can execute WebAssembly modules with the same interfaces that browsers provide.

In this chapter we will discuss:

  1. Using WebAssembly in Deno
  2. Using the Streaming WebAssembly APIs
  3. Helpful Resources