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'Supporting Internet Explorer is hell': Web developers identify top needs – new survey

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" WebAssembly plays a key role. "WebAssembly is going to change the web … from being a mostly consumption light editing environment to a fully featured editing environment," says one respondent, while another says, "If you allow web applications to be more like native apps, then you can basically replace many of these native apps with web pages.""

I hope that this doesn't go too far. I strongly dislike WebAssembly for a number of reasons, and don't allow any of it to execute. Replacing native applications with WebAssembly means that there are fewer applications that are available to me.

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