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Speeding up Webamp's music visualizer with WebAssembly  ↦

Jordan Eldredge:

Webamp.org’s visualizer, Butterchurn, now uses WebAssembly (Wasm) to achieve better performance and improved security. Whereas most projects use Wasm by compiling pre-existing native code to Wasm, Butterchurn uses an in-browser compiler to compile untrusted user-supplied code to fast and secure Wasm at runtime.

Speeding up Webamp's music visualizer with WebAssembly

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