- Universal: Wasmer is available in Linux, macOS and Windows (for both Desktop and ARM)
- Fast: Wasmer aims to run WebAssembly at near-native speed
- Pluggable: Wasmer can be used from almost any programming language
- Safe: supporting WASI and Emscripten
It is used to run software fast, universally and safely: standalone applications and universal libraries.
Get started with Wasmer:
1. Install Wasmer
curl https://get.wasmer.io -sSfL | sh
iwr https://win.wasmer.io -useb | iex
Check all available installation methods here: https://github.com/wasmerio/wasmer-install
2. Use Wasmer
Download a WASM file, and use it universally! You can start with QuickJS: qjs.wasm
3. Next steps
Here is what you can do next:
Wasmer runtime can be used as a library embedded in different languages, so you can use WebAssembly anywhere
|C#/.Net||Docs||Miguel de Icaza||actively developed|
|R||Docs||Dirk Schumacher||actively developed|
|Elixir||Docs||Philipp Tessenow||actively developed|
|your language is missing?|
We welcome any form of contribution, especially from new members of our community
You can check how to build the Wasmer runtime in our awesome docs!
Test you want? The Wasmer docs will show you how.
Wasmer has an amazing community developers and contributors. Welcome, please join us!