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

re: Iā€™m really curious on what could be accomplished on the web with this change. Also do you think full stack devs are gonna need to learn web assembl...

I am also looking forward to this.

For me,Full stack developer is a very broad term. You can be fullstack dev working with .Net, Ruby , Python or anything.

Or you can be fullstack dev with only JS.


Microsoft has developped a layer on top of WebAssembly called Blazor. So for .NET devs it will be pretty easy to adopt WebAssembly.

I heard of Blazor. haven't tried it yet.
I will look on it.


Very true. Each mainstream framework has view rendering engines in addition to web API support. MVC alone can make you full stack. JS is optional.

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