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Author: Paul Butler

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An podcast about modern browser technology and the things people build with it.

We’re talking WebAssembly, WebRTC, WebGL, WebGPU, WebSockets, WebCodecs, WebTransport, Web-everything.
8 Episodes
Links:Jamsocket (@JamsocketHQ)Paul Butler (@paulgb)Local First Conf (newsletter, @localfirstconf)
We will be hosting the first Browsertech LA on May 23. We're also doing an event in SF on May 22 with our friends at Krea. Hope to see you there!Show Links:@kylebarron2 on twitterkylebarron.devLonboard project on GitHub@paulgb on twitterJamsocket@JamsocketHQ on twitter
This is a reading of the Browsertech Digest post Cloudflare's Durable Multiplayer Moat, published April 10, 2024.For links and references related to this episode, see the inline links in that post.
Paul was joined by Breck and Billy of Row Zero to talk HTML canvas rendering; spinning up an EC2 instance for every acitve user; and streaming data only as needed.Episode links:Row ZeroShow links:BrowsertechJamsocket@JamsocketHQ on twitter@paulgb on twitter
Paul was joined by Ben Schmidt of Nomic to talk WebGL, WebGPU, and the challenges of visualizing large-scale AI embeddings in the browser.Nomic links:NomicBen Schmidt@nomic_ai on twitter@benschmidt on twitterBrowsertech links:BrowsertechJamsocket@JamsocketHQ on twitter@paulgb on twitter
Paul was joined by Andrew and Eric of Prospective to talk WebAssembly, Pyodide, and streaming real-time data visualization in the browser.We are hosting an in-person Browsertech NYC event on March 7, 2024. Register here.Prospective links:Prospective.coLinkedInPerspective (open-source codebase discussed in the show) on GitHubBrowsertech links:Browsertech DigestJamsocket
I sat down with Luke McGartland of Sequence ( to talk about pixel-streamed UI, CRDTs, and how Sequence uses WebAssembly.Sequence on Twitter@sequence_film on YouTubeBrowsertech links:Browsertech.comBrowsertech Digest newsletter@JamsocketHQ on Twitter