Jason Tolley – Object Pascal and Web Assembly (WASM)

As the market for desktop-only applications shrinks, are you looking for ways to use existing VCL code to create browser and cross-platform systems?

Join us at the ADUG Symposium, in Melbourne and online, as Jason Tolley presents “Object Pascal and Web Assembly (WASM)”.

WebAssembly is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine.
Wasm is designed as a portable compilation target for programming languages, enabling deployment on the web for client and server applications.

It has nothing to do with Java or Javascript, but everything to do with browser-based and cross-platform applications.
Importantly there is a standard and good web browser support from vendors.

In this presentation Jason will discuss what it is, what it’s not and why we should be interested in it.
He will also discuss how we can leverage our VCL and Object Pascal knowledge in creating WASM targets in Free Pascal and discuss the implications for Delphi.

Of course there will demonstrations, examples and source code.

Come for the talks.
Stay for the prizes.
See you there!
Friday 28th April, Melbourne, Australia and ONLINE.
Register now for the ADUG 2023 Symposium at the Symposium page on the ADUG website

Melbourne (GMT+10) : 09:00am – 05:30pm
Perth (GMT+8) : 07:00am – 03:30pm
London (GMT+0) : 11:00pm – 07:30am (starts Thu 27th local)
New York (GMT-4) : 07:00pm – 03:30am (starts Thu 27th local)
Los Angeles (GMT-8) : 03:00pm – 11:30pm (Thu 27th local)