Use AssemblyScript for conquering WebAssembly! From a variety of different source languages, WebAssembly offers a new way to create reliably performant code for the web (and beyond!). The web development community has given the technology a fair lot of attention, but are we still only at the beginning? Will it alter the way we create web applications?
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About James Milner
James is a full-stack software engineer with experience creating engaging web applications for startups and large corporations. He has a background in geospatial technologies, a field he still finds fascinating. He enjoys all things web development and has a passion for the platform’s potential, especially in the frontend. He spends his working hours thinking about user experience patterns, creating user interfaces, and debating performance. James speaks at London development meetups and other events while maintaining an active blog about his web development adventures.
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