- Island RTL
- Elements RTL
- Delphi RTL
- Swift Base Library (mainly for use with Swift)
Of course any other custom, third party or open source C APIs can be imported using FXGen.
WebAssembly supports two common project goals:
In addition to these two "application" project types, you can of course also create Static Library projects. As on the other platforms, static libraries compile to a binary file that can then be used from other (Browser or Node.js) application projects, to share and re-use code.
- Working with the Browser APIs & the Document Object Model (DOM)
- Debugging WebAssembly Projects
- Deploying and Shipping WebAssembly Projects
Development, Deployment and Debugging
Development of Island apps for WebAssembly is supported in Visual Studio, Fire and Water. The Google Chrome browser needs to be installed to debug WebAssembly Web Modules in a website context, and Node.js is required to debug Node.js modules.
Read moere about debugging and deploying here.