I realize that WebAssembly is in its infancy still, but , as I normally code embedded C (and, occasionally, C++) for a living, I would like to get started. It will be very interesting for me personally to see how I can use it with AngularJs.
- supports C
- lets me set breakpoints and stop in the C code, examine stack, examine & change variables, all the usual debuggy things
- free for commercial use (in case I decide to use it on a side gig)
- runs on Windows
Nice to have
- runs on Linux
- normal IDE features, such as auto-complete, refactoring, etc, etc
I am not asking for too much, as it is very early days yet. I would prefer it if you have actual experience of your recommendation, rather that having simply Googled for it.
[Update] a stand-alone IDE may not be necessary (eventually). Point 6 of this article says
Fact 6: Source-maps will allow you to easily debug compiled code in the browser
[Update++] I found [this question)(Looking for a solution to run Python the browser) which made me want to search for a webassembly IDE, which led me to stumble over this old question, which never received any feedback. Surely there is some webassembly IDE?