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WebAssembly and the Future of Browser Languages

If you are interested in technology even a bit, you may hear the name JavaScript, the core technology used in the World Wide Web. However, it comes with several major performance issues.

WebAssembly Future with Steve Klabnik

WebAssembly is a low-level compilation target for any programming language that can be interpreted into WebAssembly. Alternatively, WebAssembly is a way to run languages other than

WebAssembly with Lin Clark

JavaScript has been the exclusive language of the web browser for the last 20 years. Whether you use Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari, your browser interprets and executes

Modern Browser Wars

There’s an old saying “you can’t tell the players without a program”. Stan Hanks originally wrote this answer on Quora. Let’s look at the players here: