It pushes client-side computing way further than ever possible before in the browser.
Client-side compression is a great use case, I didn't even think about that.
If a user wants to take a photo on their phone and post it to a website, they'll upload it in the default maximum resolution and then the server will have to compress it. With wasm the resizing could be done in browser and save bandwidth/data plus server resources.
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