JavaScript

WebAssembly Might Not Be JavaScript’s Replacement, But It Does Have A Lot To Offer 

95% of the  1.6 billion websites in the world rely on JavaScript to get the job done, but that doesn’t make it popular or well-liked. As a programming language, JavaScript is that ugly, smelly shopkeeper that insists you give them a kiss on the cheek every time you go do your shopping. You don’t want to, but …

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