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What is AssemblyScript?

It is a TypeScript-like language for WebAssembly. It compiles a variant of TypeScript (basically JavaScript with types) to WebAssembly using Binaryen. It generates lean and mean WebAssembly modules while being just an npm install away.
AssemblyScript is a tool in the Languages category of a tech stack.
AssemblyScript is an open source tool with 15.1K GitHub stars and 629 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to AssemblyScript's open source repository on GitHub

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AssemblyScript's Features

  • Typescript to WebAssembly
  • Open source

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