ACL right in your browser28 May 2020
The library should be usable but keep in mind until ACL reaches version 2.0 with backwards compatibility you might have to recompress when you upgrade to future versions.
The module uses the powerful emscripten compiler toolchain to take C++ and compile it into WebAssembly. That means that as part of this effort, ACL and Realtime Math have been upgraded to support emscripten as well. Note that WASM SIMD isn’t supported yet (contributions welcome).
Progress continues towards ACL 2.0 but I will take a few weeks to finish up RTM 2.0 first. It is now used extensively by the main ACL development branch. A few new features will be introduced, some cleanup remains, and I want to double check some optimizations before releasing it.