Eric Elliott article about WebAssembly. WebAssembly gives us access to a set of low level building blocks that we can use to construct just about anything you can imagine.
WebAssembly defines an Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) that gets stored in a binary format. Binary is great because it means we can create smaller app bundles.
- A new language: WebAssembly code defines an AST (Abstract Syntax Tree)
- A browser improvement: Browsers will understand the binary format,
- A compile target
WebAssembly brings language diversity to the web platform. Interesting read, well worth your time.[Read More]