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Tuesday, December 14 • 12:15 - 13:05
The Cool Features of WebAssembly Micro Runtime (WAMR) for IoT and Embedded - Xin Wang, Intel

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Today an Internet of Things system can be composed of highly heterogeneous devices which can be very various in the capabilities of RAM, Flash, CPU, Display, Input, and Sensor, etc. It is extremely challenging to provide a universal solution for device application development and the WebAssembly has attracted lots of attention for its great cross-platform capability. This talk will introduce how WebAssembly Micro Runtime open-source project provides a full set of cool features for the IoT. The features cover the small footprint of runtime, Ahead-of-Time compilation of Wasm for embedded system, Execution-in-Place (XIP) for executing Wasm from flash, the sensor framework and API, Graphic interface layer, and the VS Code based coding, debugging, simulating for developing Wasm applications.

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Xin Wang

Senior technical leader, Intel
Xin Wang is the founder of the WebAssembly Micro Runtime (WAMR) open-source project under Bytecode Alliance. He works at Intel and focuses on managed runtime and Web technologies. Since 2009, he has led the development of several managed runtime projects for Java and WebAssembly... Read More →

Tuesday December 14, 2021 12:15 - 13:05 JST
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