I see. Do you know which parts of your codebase you'd compile to WebAssembly assuming all the tooling and such is mature?
I'm a member of the strongly-typed church. I prefer to catch errors at build time instead of runtime. And one of the things I like about C# and Visual Studio (not VS Code, actual VS) is being able to easily rename properties or methods and have that change automatically done through the entire codebase. It's also nice to be able to quickly and easily see what code is referring to what and where.
Hi Tim, you might want to look into a validator for your JSON. I've never used any of them but you can find some here
There a few proposals around to help with that but I think WebAssembly will truly excel for CPU heavy computations or when a lot of concurrency is involved (because they are adding threads to it).
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