Archive for the ‘WebAssembly’ Category

WebAssembly Is Overdue: Thoughts on JavaScript for Large Projects

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[special]At Auth0, most of our software is developed using JavaScript. We make heavy use of the language both on the front and the back-end.[/special] In this article, we'll take a look at JavaScript's usefulness as a general purpose language and give ...

Quick Tip: Try WebAssembly in Your Browser Today

In June 2015, inventor of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla, Brendan Eich, announced something very exciting for the web: WebAssembly. Eich explains that JavaScript has been dubbed as the assembly language of the web, something which he disagrees on...

JavaScript: 2015 in Review

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JavaScript had a remarkable year. Despite reaching the grand age of twenty in May, news, projects and interest in the language continue to grow exponentially. Perhaps it's the strange circles I move in, but I can't think of another technology which mov...