Ruby upgrade enhances WebAssembly support

An upcoming release of the Ruby language improves capabilities for WebAssembly, the highly touted binary format intended to improve web application performance.

Unveiled April 3, Ruby 3.2.0 Preview 1 offers an initial port of WASI-based (WebAssembly System Interface) WebAssembly support. This enables a CRuby binary to execute in web browsers, serverless edge environments, and other WASI embedders. WASI support encourages developers to utilize CRuby in a WebAssembly environment. An example use case is TryRuby playground’s CRuby support.

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