This is a really big, formal step for WebAssembly and the Web as a whole, although it might ultimately lead to JavaScript becoming slightly less important as languages like Rust, Go, and C# begin to target browsers directly by compiling to WebAssembly. This press release doesn’t explain WebAssembly particularly well, so if you want to learn more about it, enjoy this illustrated guide or this if you want something more advanced.


Címkék : W3C, English