I feel it in the water,
I feel it in the earth.
I smell it in the air
Mozilla’s ASM.js release last week created serious buzz in the programming community. Some are excited by it, some criticize it, but almost everybody agrees that it may have significant impact on the future of the web.
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What is really important is that three major browser vendors seems to be supporters of this movement: Google (with its Dart), Microsoft (TypeScript) and Mozilla (ASM.js). Together they hold 90% of browser market share and definitely have enough power and influence to change client-side programming landscape over the next few years.