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What’s next for WebAssembly portable code

Paul Krill | Oct. 26, 2017
The JavaScript companion for faster web applications will gain garbage collection and SIMD support as part of the effort to support more programming languages

Google has released a 3D library called Draco that uses WebAssembly. Used for compressing and decompressing 3D geometric meshes and clouds, Draco features a WebAssembly decoder for better performance.

WebAssembly can be used with JavaScript in applications, with JavaScript used for scripting and WebAssembly for computational performance. WebAssembly JavaScript APIs can load WebAssembly modules into a JavaScript app.

 

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