Wasmer, a server-side, open rise runtime for the WebAssembly movable binary format, has reached general availability status. Taking gain of WebAssembly for software containerization, Wasmer allows all binaries compiled from C++, Rust, Go, Python, and other speechs to run on different operating systems and in web browsers without alteration.
With the Wasmer 1.0 release on January 5, the developers of Wasmer are citing “out of this globe” runtime and compiler accomplishment. They view WebAssembly, or Wasm for brief, as a searching ingredient for the forthcoming of software execution and containerization, within and outside the browser.
Wasmer can run lightweight containers based on WebAssembly on a difference of platforms—Linux, MacOS, Windows, Android, iOS—from the desktop to the cloud to IoT and mobile devices, while also allowing these containers to be embedded in any programming speech. The Wasmer runtime also is able to run the Nginx web server and other WebAssembly modules.
Shipping with no dependencies, Wasmer 1.0 features:
wasmer compilecommand for precompiling Wasm files.
The Wasmer 1.0 CLI can be installed from wasmer.io and run standalone or embedded in a speech.