Learning Golang through WebAssembly – Part 4, Sending a Response to JavaScript

Returning to JavaScript We’ve learnt how we can use syscall/js to create and manipulate DOM elements from our Go functions, but what if we want to treat Go like a library and execute a function to get a value back? Maybe we have an image processi…

Returning to JavaScript We’ve learnt how we can use syscall/js to create and manipulate DOM elements from our Go functions, but what if we want to treat Go like a library and execute a function to get a value back? Maybe we have an image processing library we want to use that was written in Go, or we want to use some functionality that our core business application has in it.
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