JavaScript interoperation

JavaScriptKit is a Swift framework to interact with JavaScript through WebAssembly.

You can use any JavaScript API from Swift with this library. Here's a quick example of JavaScriptKit usage in a browser app:

import JavaScriptKit

let document =

var divElement = document.createElement("div")
divElement.innerText = "Hello, world"
_ = document.body.appendChild(divElement)

You can also use JavaScriptKit in SwiftWasm apps integrated with Node.js, as there no assumptions that any browser API is present in the library.

JavaScriptKit consists of a runtime library package hosted on npm, and a SwiftPM package for the API on the Swift side. To integrate the JavaScript runtime automatically into your app, we recommend following the corresponding guide for browser apps in our book.

You can get more detailed JavaScriptKit documentation here.