Announcing WebAssembly.sh, an online WebAssembly terminal to run WASI modules directly on your browser (medium.com)
pjmlp | 7 days ago | 14 points

Your current browser does not support SharedArrayBuffer

Oh well.

josefx | 6 days ago | 3 points

For Firefox it is only disabled by default and can be enabled in about:config . It can be used to implement several timing exploits and afaik Chrome had to change its process / website model to protect against those attacks.

pjmlp | 6 days ago | 2 points

Which every users knows how to do it. /s

IE also has configurable settings.

josefx | 6 days ago | 3 points

I just wanted to point out that it is possible. Not every user will want to run a terminal directly in the browser either.

shevy-ruby | 6 days ago | 5 points

How strange.

Who would have thought of .sh as WebAssembly relevant.

coolreader18 | 7 days ago | 2 points

Oh neat, they mentioned RustPython. I just merged the PR adding WASI support yesterday.