Getting Started With WebAssembly

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June 23, 2017 Programming, Reference No Comments

WebAssembly is a new technology that makes it possible to run highly performant, low-level code in the browser. It can be used to bring large C and C++ codebases like games, physics engines and even desktop apps to the web platform.

As of right now, WebAssembly can be used in Chrome and Firefox, with Edge and Safari support almost complete as well. This means that very soon, you will be able to run wasm in every popular web browser.

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