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re: W3C confirms: WebAssembly becomes the fourth language for the Web 🔥 What do you think? VIEW POST

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Even though it's not like everybody is going to be writing WebAssembly all of a sudden, this is one of the more fascinating tech trends to follow. Could dramatically affect what we can do in the browser.

 

Yeah, also seems like other programmers (who can't write JS or don't want to write JS) will get the floor.
Also, performance benefits will be an addition

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