Web Assembly

WebAssembly (often shortened to Wasm) is a set of standards that define a portable (modular) binary format and a corresponding language similar to the assembler language (Assembly) for executable program and environment-specific program interfaces into which it may be embedded and interact with. It was initially developed to improve performance of the JavaScript applications and to be used inside Web browsers, but it is not constrained to them only and can be embedded anywhere else.



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