This is both awesome and cursed :awesome: 😬:
Made by the creator of #esbuild evanw.
I'm wondering, though, whether this is really needed, given that there is asm.js 🤔
Also see section "Can WebAssembly be polyfilled?" on the WebAssembly FAQ:
https://dev.to/jh3y/can-we-create-a-resize-hack-with-container-queries-3pe0 - `contain:` is amazing at handling #css based on size of the parent rather than the page. But what if we need to #polyfill it? Great explorations @jhey.
#WebComponents experience :underheart:
:sadness: Browsers don't have the same baseline styles.
:fatyoshi: 2 hours figuring out how to avoid #frameworks and #bundlers.
:AngeryCat: 3 hours of searching framework anyway, only to stumble upon options that either, like #LitElement, have minified bundle without #TS declaration or, like #StencilJS, require building.
:tinking: Ending up writing my own nano-framework with adoptedStyleSheets #polyfill.