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We have shipped native support for npm and with that, WebContainers now support all major package managers.
Deep dive into WebAssembly performance issues on Apple Silicon and browser engines.
WebContainers are now supported on Firefox for desktop and mobile as a result of StackBlitz and Mozilla collaboration! 🥳
With Wrangler 2.0 and WebContainers starting with Cloudflare Workers has never been easier!
WebContainers now support the Node.js ecosystem at large! After ten months of gathering community feedback, we are thrilled to announce that they are out of beta for Chromium-based browsers 🥳
For those following along, you may have seen the recent collaborations our team has done with Vite over the past few months. It's also no secret that we're quite fond of their approach and impact on the web ecosystem.
Today we're excited to announce our latest partner with StackBlitz WebContainers — **Shopify**!
Today we're excited to announce WebContainers, a new type of WebAssembly-based operating system that boots instantly and enables Node.js environments to run natively in-browser.
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