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WebAssembly Is Here. What Does It Mean For Other Web Frameworks?

11th July 2018 in London at Business Design Centre

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JavaScript has become the de-facto language for the Web with many frameworks built with it. Complex applications like games, CAD modelling and video streaming, though, require more in terms of performance and flexibility.

WebAssembly allows you to compile and run C/C++ and other statically-typed applications in the browser, and hence enables code reusability between native and Web. Moreover, due to being a typed and low-level language, its performance comes very close to native.

In this talk Boyan will examine WebAssembly and discuss what its future is in relation to JavaScript and some of the most popular Web frameworks.

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WebAssembly Is Here. What Does It Mean For Other Web Frameworks?

Boyan Mihaylov

Boyan is a software architect and developer, thinking human-first when writing software.

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JavaScript has become the de-facto language for the Web with many frameworks built with it. Complex applications like games, CAD modelling and video streaming, though, require more in terms of performance and flexibility.

WebAssembly allows you to compile and run C/C++ and other statically-typed applications in the browser, and hence enables code reusability between native and Web. Moreover, due to being a typed and low-level language, its performance comes very close to native.

In this talk Boyan will examine WebAssembly and discuss what its future is in relation to JavaScript and some of the most popular Web frameworks.

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WebAssembly Is Here. What Does It Mean For Other Web Frameworks?

Boyan Mihaylov

Boyan is a software architect and developer, thinking human-first when writing software.

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