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🦀 Rust, WebAssembly, and Snowpack

Bootstrapped with Create Snowpack App (CSA).

Quick Start

Ensure Rust is installed on your machine. For more information, check out the Rust docs.

# Pull template into a working directory
npx create-snowpack-app my-awesome-app --template snowpack-template-ts-rust-wasm --use-yarn

# Install required Rust crates
cd my-awesome-app
cargo install cargo-watch wasm-pack

# Manually build and test WebAssembly module
yarn build:wasm && yarn test:wasm


  • Typescript Support
  • Building and testing Rust/WebAssembly modules
  • Uses snowpack-plugin-wasm-pack for HMR
  • Prettier for code linting and formatting

Additional Resources (Rust/WebAssembly):

Available Scripts

yarn build:wasm

Changes into Rust crate and builds WebAssembly into pkg/ and target/ directories.

yarn test:wasm

Executes Rust tests bound to the WebAssembly module. Configured to run in a node environment.

Note: Modify the directories in the scripts above after creating your own crate.

yarn start

Runs the app in the development mode. Open http://localhost:8080 to view it in the browser.

The page will reload if you make edits. You will also see any lint errors in the console.

yarn build

Builds a static copy of your site to the build/ folder. Your app is ready to be deployed!

For the best production performance: Add a build bundler plugin like @snowpack/plugin-webpack or snowpack-plugin-rollup-bundle to your snowpack.config.mjs config file.

Q: What about Eject?

No eject needed! Snowpack guarantees zero lock-in, and CSA strives for the same.


npm i snowpack-template-ts-rust-wasm

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