Dot net core has an upcoming web framework called blazor. Which hosts the dotnet framework in web assembly. I am not sure if that's coupled with the blazor framework. If they have it in separate wasm file you might be able to leverage it, but only the dotnet standard libs, 3rd party dotnet library won't work.
There is one for Mono that I've found already and it creates the WASM file that I could use should I decide to go that route.
If you're not a .NET developer I'm sure you wouldn't see a lot of benefit.
They each have their lanes and their uses. And this isn't a thread to discuss the advantages of .NET. Just was wondering if it would be possible to add this upgraded toolset.
Seems not though, so onward I go.
P.S. Don't mean to sound harsh, but your reply to me seemed addressed to a newbie who sees all these shiny things and doesn't understand them. I do understand the question I was asking and the pros and cons (mostly pros) of being able to use .NET. Full scripting like Unity would be the bomb. But Unity didn't become accessible until after I was down the C2 route. I kept "meaning to" get around to it, using the 2D skills C2 taught me and the 20 years .NET experience I have (yeah, I'm a longtime developer). But never did... So forgive me if I desire the best of both worlds in C3 too. :)