subo CLI tool with the command
subo create runnable <name> --lang js and a new TypeScript Runnable can be created with
--lang ts. Running
lodash or an HTML parser like
cheerio, we can now tap into a full suite of tools, all from WebAssembly. To really put JS-in-Wasm through its paces, we built an Atmo app to serve a fully dynamic website with server-side rendered React and all. Stay tuned for a full write-up on how it works, but if you’re curious and want to try it for yourself, we’ve already open sourced the example project.