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Author Battagline, Rick.

Title The art of WebAssembly : build secure, portable, high-performance applications / Rick Battagline.

Publication Info. San Francisco : No Starch Press, [2021]
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 Nichols Adult Nonfiction  006.76 BAT 2021    DUE 10-16-21
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Description xxii, 279 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Note Includes index.
Summary "WebAssembly is the performance enhancement technology that's kicking up your browser speed and revolutionizing the way web applications are run. It's fast becoming the gold standard for modern web developers, making this book essential reading for programmers who want to stay relevant and improve their game. Readers will gain a deep understanding of what WebAssembly is, how it works under the hood, when to use it, and why it improves JavaScript run times. The book's crisp, clear prose, ample illustrations, and helpful examples easily deconstruct complex topics for programmers of all skill levels. It not only shows how to expertly optimize and compile low-level code via WebAssembly, it teaches you how to debug, evaluate, and represent your code in human-readable WebAssembly Text format - a skill set that will set users apart from their peers as WebAssembly expands into mobile and desktop apps, servers and other execution environments." --
Subject Web site development -- Computer programs.
Application software -- Development.
Internet programming.
Assembly languages (Electronic computers)
ISBN 9781718501447 paperback
1718501447 paperback
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