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Introduction to WebAssembly

Introduction to WebAssembly: why should we care?

There is a new weapon in the great war against JavaScript the struggle to allow developers to choose their favorite style of programming while improve performance and their productivity. That weapon is WebAssembly, that will revolutionize client-side web development. WebAssembly, or wasm, is a low-level bytecode format for in-browser client-side scripting. If you are writing […]

ANTLR and the web: a simple example

ANTLR and the web: a simple example

ANTLR on the web: why? I started writing my first programs on MS-DOS. So I am very used to have my tools installed on my machine. However in 2016 the web is ubiquitous and so our languages could be needed also there. Possible scenarios: ANTLR also on the web: users could want to access and […]