Let’s build a JavaScript Engine in Rust

Let’s build a JavaScript Engine in Rust

Have you wondered how JS engines work? This past year I built an engine from scratch in Rust. It was fun, weird, exciting and sometimes exhausting. I will share my experience as well as what it is like to work on the specification, collaborate with TC39, and lessons from engines in use today.

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