How to Increase the Performance of Your JavaScript Application with WebAssembly

Running Bytecode inside the web browser with almost native application speed? That's possible with WebAssembly. Further running native embedded code inside the browser comes without a performance penalty. This enables developers to also compute heavy tasks like video and image rendering.

After small examples, aiming to show the compiler toolchain, Martina will dive deep into the following question: How to pimp my slow JavaScript Application with native Bytecode


General knowledge of web technologies (JavaScript) is an advantage


The execution of WebAssembly in the web browser is way faster than JavaScript when it comes to high computation tasks like (3D) rendering or simulations. You'll learn how to extract these tasks to WebAssembly and include them inside your WebApplication.



Martina Kraus
Martina Kraus is a Google Developer Expert in Angular and web technologies. As a senior frontend developer, she focuses on implementing highly scalable software solutions with Node.js and Angular. Besides giving workshops as an Angular trainer, she founded RheinNeckarJS, is a core member of the ngGirls Team, co-organizes the local Angular Heidelberg user group and the German Angular conference NG-DE.


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