webDSP, a recent production project created by Shahrod Khalkhali, Sandeep Pulusani, and Matthias Wagner, caused a big stir at Google I/O this year on the main stage.
Their goal was to lay the groundwork for future Web Assembly developers and highlight the differences in performance between Web Assembly and vanilla JS through their demo video editor. Check out their project here.
webDSP was one of five other open source projects built by Codesmith’s 12th Cohort. Others include:
Reactide - an IDE for creating React applications with over 6,000 stars on GitHub
OverVue - a library for Vue applications with “asynchronous-first” state management
Offramp - a React library for simple routing of single page applications
YouDescribe - a YouTube companion application for users to describe video content for those with sight impairments in partnership with the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
Codesmith students continue to contribute innovative open source projects to the engineering community. With our recently added Machine Learning curriculum, we are excited to see what challenges students will take on next.