- Is WebAssembly the future?
It’s also single-threaded, which means it uses its asynchronous nature in a radically different way than most other programming languages.
What do I mean by asynchronous.
Or we could communicate asynchronously..
Is WebAssembly the future?
Future Plans The version of WebAssembly that all four major browsers currently support (Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge) reached MVP last year, but that’s only a starting point. According to Firefox’s Lin Clark, future features will include multithreading, SIMD support, and improved compilation.
For just the absolute basics, if you’re already familiar with programming in general, 7 days seems possible. If you are unfamiliar with programming concepts in general like loops and events and variables then learning JS in 7 days seems unlikely.