Throughout our examples, we make extensive use of the ssvmup tool. It is inspired by the wasm-pack project but is optimized for server-side applications. Specifically, it supports the SSVM WebAssembly virtual machine and Deno host runtime.
The ssvmup uses
$ npm install -g ssvmup # Append --unsafe-perm if permission denied
You could also install ssvmup as a standalone tool for runtimes such as Deno. You need to have Rust installed before running the command below.
$ curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/second-state/ssvmup/master/installer/init.sh -sSf | sh
Next, learn how to use ssvmup to build Rust functions for Node.js and Deno applications.