WebAssembly is a new intermediate representation of Web safe coding. It should serve as a common object-level format for multiple source-level programming languages.
Talking in general, WebAssembly is:
- A target compilation: other languages will get a first-class binary support through the entire web platform stack.
WebAssembly allows users to work with a simple, low-level code blocks that can be used to program anything.
Why do we need WebAssembly?
What will WebAssembly be used for?
Among the other things described above, WebAssembly can be used for simple operations with threads and SIMD (single instruction, multiple data) – in other words, with a single instruction and multiple data. You can put in place a number of data blocks and then write a command code for simultaneous work.
In these cases, you can forget about the object system, “garbage collectors” and dynamic query processing. Just put all of the data streams into a queue and effectively deal with them.
So WebAssembly is an excellent idea for developers who are starting to work with new programming languages and a great new future is waiting for the network and the Web. So it’s better for developers to get out of the shadows and take up the challenge, while it’s not too late to be fist in the game.