WebAssembly is a new language, allowing us to compile static-typed languages and run them in the browser with performance close to Native. Although it was created to support mainly C/C++/Rust, other programming languages are getting compilation support too – Go, Kotlin, PHP to name a few. In this talk we will discuss the specifics of compiling to WebAssembly and we will see how code written in different languages can be reused on top of WebAssembly. We will experiment with interpreting PHP in the browser, completely client-side, and use it to communicate with JavaScript.

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Vasil Vasilev at 14:00 on 10 Nov 2019

That's 5 stars, not try. I cannot edit the miss click, sorry mate.

Great talk. The topic is something I heard a lot about and I got to see it in action.

Spiridon at 20:13 on 11 Nov 2019

Will there be slides?