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Q: Do platforms like ionic and wasm have a common use case?
A: Debugging / Tracing is possible if you enable the right flags when creating your wasm module - https://emscripten.org/docs/porting/Debugging.html and Chrome has extra support for debugging as well: https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2019/12/webassembly/. Debugging — Emscripten 2.0.4 documentation
Q: Is there a way to debug/trace web assembly in the browser? any recommended plugins for such?
A: So regarding Ionic and wasm - you could create a mobile app and still utilise web assembly, since .wasm files are like any other files that you would be using on the web or in a mobile app.
A: Regarding Blazor - since I haven't used that tool, I can't really comment. Also, web assembly is a first class in browser since browser's virtual machine understands them, allocates spaces to it (which you can read/write files from/to). However I can't really predict the future whether wasm will or will not be tightly coupled to JS. It is for now and I believe it's a really good combination
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