Have you heard about WebAssembly yet? It is a new and very promising technology that might revolutionize web development.

WebAssembly

WebAssembly is a type of low level code that can be understood by web browsers without any plugins. It is code that runs just like JavaScript, only way faster. And you can also use WebAssembly as a compilation target for other languages like C++ or C#. This means that you can write code in C# and run it in your browser, just like JavaScript runs in your browser.

This is very exciting stuff that could open the door to new programming languages being run on the web. And it can enable developers that don't use JavaScript to create web applications.

Excited yet? You should be!

If you have anything to do with web development, you should know about WebAssembly.

My new Pluralsight course is perfect to get up to speed quickly. In WebAssembly: The Big Picture, you will learn where WebAssembly came from, what it is and why it is important. The course is about 40 minutes long, so you can get up to speed without spending a lot of time (especially if you watch courses at 1.5x speed, like I do).

I hope you enjoy the course and let me know what you think in the comments.