History of WebAssembly (Chrome University 2019)
Kind Of also shows that our tool chains so we use, MS. Krypton which basically, had the right Java scripts, and Web API model it. Compiled to Assam J's before and now, we just made it compile to web assembly, and it's basically, calling the same API etc. So he could keep using it and. M. Scripting uses the new LVM webassembly, Beca and that was written in collaboration, between tools, people from Mozilla and Google's, kind of the people that used. To work on a suggest nice work on pinnacle kind, of are working together on this stuff. Okay. Thank, you have one or two more slides or just very briefly just to mention a few more. Milestones. Along the way here so as I mentioned we announced, web assembly in 2015, before. The end of the year we already could start to run sort of the work-in-progress, version, of it's in our tool chain and scripting, well in. 2016. We showed multiple browsers, running, a bunch of large demos like angry bots that sort of proved that we were all in sync, and working together, effectively. And. We reached a consensus, sunrise in 2017. And. All. Major browsers, ships, it is supported a stable version by November so you could say wasn't 1.0 kind of arrived. By, the end of that year we. Also published a paper unwise npnp LDI and. We. Announced, the, deprecation, of pinnacle in favor of web assembly and. You could also say SMGs, is deprecated. Effectively. Essentially, since we don't really need it in fact in. Script. And we plan to stop, and then again in just a big lesson. Okay. So getting back to this picture so these two pests, seem, to go on forever but not converge so. It turns out they do converge just past the hill where you can't see it in the picture and they, converge to webassembly, obviously. And. That's, it thank, you.