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Zain Sajjad
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Mar 30, 2020 ⋅ 6 min read

Image styling and filters using WebAssembly

Zain Sajjad Head of Product Experience at Peekaboo Guru. In love with mobile machine learning, React, React Native, and UI designing.

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2 Replies to "Image styling and filters using WebAssembly"

  1. When I am trying to use _malloc & _free , it is throwing up an error about non availability of the functions.

    But when I export them via emcc by adding EXPORTED_FUNCTIONS=”[‘_grayScale’,’_malloc’,’_free’]”

    the .wasm file is bigger than 4KB and .compile function is not working on main thread.

    Can we get on a mail to discuss about getting this tutorial working ?

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