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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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I'm not a fan of JavaScript, but there was no credible alternative. In principle, I now have a choice of language, so long as it can target WebAssembly. This is a big deal.

As a concrete example, the prospect of being able to use a .Net Core stack and tooling end-to-end is very attractive. The potential for stream-lining development is huge. It's early days yet, but I expect WebAssembly (via Blazor) is going to be extremely popular in Microsoft shops.

 

I am pretty sure, Microsoft devs will pick only Blazor for WebAssembly and no other languages.

As Micsorost has a huge number of developers worldwide, the popularity of Blazor will be really high!

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