Write code in Go/Rust -> compile down to WASM binary locally -> fetch binary in frontend HTML or React
AssemblyScript Types: the data types in AssemblyScript
WebAssembly Types: the data types in WebAssembly, for the most part these overlap with AssemblyScript
To further expand, WebAssembly lets you manipulate data at a byte level, meaning your web apps can actually become more performant, much like games. In fact, you can run video games through the WASM engine and render them on the browser. As a web developer, it become immediately obvious that this will become standardized practice for future large-scale applications.
Frontend code (React) -> WASP -> server code (Node)
With the new update coming (never?), the EVM will receive an update that will allow developers to create smart contracts out of any language that is compatible with WASM, This will be a huge innovation in the space, as the main onboarding from web2 will just be understanding how blockchains work without having to learn a new framework.