Introducing wasm-pack, a new tool for assembling and packaging Rust crates that target WebAssembly. These packages can be published to the npm Registry and used alongside other packages. This means you can use them side-by-side with JS and other packages, and in many kind of applications.
Last year Mozilla started Project Things to help developers connect physical “things” to the web in a safe, secure and interoperable way. Now, with the 0.4 release of the Things Gateway, you can add native web things to your gateway, to control them alongside all your other smart home devices. The advantage of native web things is that they don’t need a custom gateway adapter because they follow a common standard using existing web technologies.
Lin Clark illustrates how ES modules work, what problem they solve, and how they are different from modules in other module systems.
In the first part of this two-part tutorial, Josh Marinacci builds an immersive WebVR game using A-Frame, and walks through the key concepts and code for adding a physics engine, managing collisions, and adding 3d models and effects.
Jen Simmons’ seven-part mini-series on resilient CSS and how you can create great graphic design on the web, now, and not have to worry about all the old browsers.
Jen Simmons celebrates resilient CSS and shows you how it’s done, in this week’s Layout Land video series. Check out the opening episodes: “Introduction to Resilient CSS" and "Can I use this CSS?" both available now.