Good book on the Chrome JS runtime?

  1. I am NOT looking for a book recommendation on JavaScript.

  2. I am looking for a book recommendation on the Chrome JS Runtime, where we sort of have the following analogy:

Java :: JVM = JavaScript :: Chrome JS runtime

  1. Most the JS I know I learned via writing OCaml / Rust bindings to JS.

I would like a better understanding of the Chrome JS Runtime just to make sure I'm doing OCaml / JS and Rust-wasm32 / JS bindings optimally.

Any recommended resources ?

[Again; I'm not interested in learning JS; I am interested in making sure I'm picking the right JS Runtime objects when writing bindings.]

I'm not sure if it counts as a book or not, but https://v8.dev/docs describes the guts of V8 pretty deeply.

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Quote from Deno (software) - Wikipedia

Deno is a runtime for JavaScript, TypeScript, and WebAssembly that is based on the V8 JavaScript engine and the Rust programming language. Deno was co-created by Ryan Dahl, who also created Node.js

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