Google, Microsoft and Mozilla together to WebAssembly: The byte code to speed up the web
The three guru of the category of web browsers have concocted a partnership to give birth, along with the WebKit team, a new project to make it fast and versatile web.
Not having to analyze the code in its entirety, which can take time, such as on the mobile, managed code with WebAssembly will be decoded in a much more rapid. The idea is to make WebAssembly compatible with all browsers available, and above all taking advantage of the collaboration between the three major competitors in the industry.
It is not often a relationship so tight between direct competitors in the market, and is very likely that the ambitions of WebAssembly are very high. It is a project that will flourish over the next few months, perhaps years, but whose outcome could be very interesting, with the aim of improving the web and make it more versatile.