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WebAssembly: Swift, C#, Java and Oxygene in the Browser

RemObjects Blogs – Over the past few weekly builds, we've been rolling out support for WebAssembly, our next major compiler target for the Elements. Built upon our Island platform, this now allows you to write Oxygene, C#, Swift or Java Language code that runs in the WebBrowser parallel to and interacting with JavaScript and the browser document model. How Does This Work? Elements compiles your code to native WebAssemly byte code in a .wasm file that you can deploy as part of your website and load into your page just like you would regular JavaScript. From within your WebAssembly code, you have full access to ...
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