Dylibso Launches, Raises $6.6M for WebAssembly Tracking Platform
WebAssembly is a new coding method that is becoming standard among web browsers. Developers have also taken a liking to the coding language because of its fast performance times and security features. For entrepreneurs Steve Manuel, Zach Shipko and Benjamin Eckel, their love for WebAssembly led to the development of new WebAssembly technologies and the launch of their company Dylibso.
Dylibso recently emerged from stealth with $6.6 million in funding and announced the launch of its Modsurfer platform.
Dylibso’s Modsurfer software is a system of record platform that can track modules that run on WebAssembly. According to the company, the platform can help developers when debugging or investigating code on their applications.
“At Dylibso, we are big fans of WebAssembly, and are dedicating our entire efforts to making the technology as usable and production-ready as possible,” Steve Manuel, co-founder and CEO of Dylibso, said in a blog post. “We see a future where WebAssembly is every developer’s favorite binary format because the experience working with it is just that good.”
With the fresh funding, Dylibso plans to develop and release new products in the coming months.