Most of Go's language features are supported, notably channels/goroutines/select.
The wasm binary is pre-compiled and available in the
public/ directory so you should be
good to go to if you just want to run the Next.js server. You will need to install node and yarn of course.
# Run in development mode yarn dev # Build and serve optimized production build yarn build yarn start
If you want to play around with modifying the wasm build,
you can mess around with the code. When you want to build the wasm binary run:
# Build wasm cargo build --release --target=wasm32-wasi # Copy into Next.js's public folder cp target/wasm32-wasi/release/wasm.wasm ../public
goscript only makes guarantees that the syntax will be identical to Go's, there are implementation details that will cause discrepancies from running actual Go code with the actual Go compiler.