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What Replaces JavaScript

JavaScript is flourishing. But thanks to WebAssembly, its death may be just a matter of time.

At end of the tunnel / [Pixabay]

Some programming languages are loved. Others are only tolerated. For many programmers, JavaScript is an example of the latter — a language that every front-end developer needs to understand but no one needs to like.




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Matthew MacDonald

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