Lately, Google along with Microsoft, Mozilla, and other influential firms has announced to work together for launching the new binary format, WebAssembly. The idea of introducing this latest binary format is to revolutionize the concept of compiling web applications for the web.
What is WebAssembly?
What you need to know about WebAssembly!
|WebAssembly brings together some of the most potent names in the tech industry||
|Highlights of WebAssembly||
How about Google’s Native Client Project?
Google’s Native Client project shares a similar string of allowing technologies to construct web applications for flawlessly integrating of the code to the web browser. Providing the compiler and browser support altogether under one project, Google’s Native Client Project shares parallel aims like WebAssembly. Though the project ‘Native Client’ started off quite well, yet with the span of time, it wasn’t able to achieve much of the targets. It seems like WebAssembly has deliberately combined the forces of most influential names in the tech industry- simply in order to deliver something effective and proactive.
The Future with WebAssembly
The collaboration that took place among some of the most renowned tech giants is not a regular scenario- it is rather a rare sight! We are quite confident about WebAssembly and its success as it brings the major browser vendors together. Google, Mozilla, and Microsoft have teamed for creating a unanimous project- now this is something exciting and worth watching. Let’s wait for the time when WebAssembly will hit the market. Meanwhile, we will keep our fingers crossed and point our expectations quite high!