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Apple's Safari Adds Full WebAssembly Support

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Apple has announced that it has added full support for WebAssembly to WebKit, the open source engine that powers its Safari browser. Apple describes WebAssembly as a “no-nonsense sidekick to JavaScript.” The technology allows browsers to run languages other than JavaScript, such as C++.

Recently, Web Assembly has been gaining a lot of traction. Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox have also added support for the new bytecode format.

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