|From WebAssembly in Action by C. Gerard Gallant
This article covers
§ How dynamic linking works for WebAssembly modules
§ Why you might want to use dynamic linking and why you might not
§ How to create WebAssembly modules as main or side modules
§ What the different options are for dynamic linking and how to use each approach
By Jesus Garcia, Anthony De Moss, and Mitchell Simoens
Say you are tasked with building a mobile viewer so that anyone in your client’s company can search a global address book and find contact information while they are traveling. You likely would want some sort of list that will load the contact list from a remote server. This might sound complicated to do, and it is, but Sencha Touch makes it easy to achieve. This article, based on chapter 7 of Sencha Touch in Action, discusses NestedList, which is a Container extension that uses child Lists to display hierarchical data in a Card layout.