Wasm Sample: Simple greeting and counter (C#)

In this sample, the mono runtime is used to invoke javascript unmanaged code (index.html) from the C# managed side (WasmSampleApp.cs) and vice versa. With the sample running, you can enter your name and click the corresponding button to modify the greeting message as well as click another button to increment a counter.

Note

The purpose of this sample is to demonstrate the concept of building a WebAssembly application on top of the mono runtime. The mono runtime headers should be supplied through the build process.

Sample Prerequisites

This sample will only run on macOS.

To install a specific version of the dotnet sdk, download the latest stable version of the dotnet-install script:

Install version .NET version 6.0.100-alpha.1.20628.2:

./dotnet-install.sh --version 6.0.100-alpha.1.20628.2

Building the sample

The source code includes an MSBuild project file for C# (a .csproj file) that targets .NET 6.0. After downloading the .zip file, run the sample by opening the command line, navigating to the downloaded folder, and run dotnet publish.

Note

Before running dotnet publishs in succession, remove both the bin/ and obj/ folders. Otherwise, System.IO.IOException: The process cannot access the file ... because it is being used by another process. may result.