Is a Faster Web on the Horizon With WebAssembly?

In a new article for CMSWire, Daniel Masarik, development lead at Ness Digital Engineering, discusses the advantages of using the new, portable binary format WebAssembly. Resembling an assembly language for the web, this tool is being designed as an open standard by a W3C community group that includes representatives from tech giants Mozilla, Microsoft, Google and Apple. As Daniel writes, given the support it has from global players and its interoperability with the existing web ecosystem, WebAssembly is a technology that deserves to be taken seriously.

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