Developers at Google, Apple, Microsoft and Mozilla are Working to Create WebAssembly (a.k.a wasm) Fastest browser , a bytecode for use in the browsers of the future that promises up to 20 times faster performance.
A new byte-code (a machine-readable instruction set that’s quicker for browsers to load than high-level languages) is used to create the Web Assembly Fastest browser Project and it make more efficient to both the Desktop and Mobile versions browsers to parse than the full source code of a Web page or app.
Proposed as a standard that could one day be implemented in all browsers, Web Assembly Fastest browser could bring app-like performance to Web content and apps.
Until Web Assembly Fastest browser becomes more widely available, the coalition of developers plan to bridge the gap with a JS script that will convert wasm to Mozilla’s widely supported asm.js for browsers that don’t support the new format yet.
WebAssembly is still very much in its early days: neither its specifications nor its high level design have been finalized yet. However, with major browser developers behind the project, it should see the light of day soon enough.