Applying the magic of compilers to the frontend

JS Party

KBall and Chad Hietala meet up at JSConf and talk about compilers for the frontend, Ember’s binary opcodes, webassembly, and the future of performance optimization for the web.

KBall and Chad Hietala meet up at JSConf and talk about compilers for the frontend, Ember’s binary opcodes, webassembly, and the future of performance optimization for the web.

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Notes and Links

Performance gains from compilers in JavaScript:

Glimmer

The performance costs of parse/compile:

Precompilation:

Moving sourcemaps to webassembly:

A11Y:

Opportunities for Angular, Vue, etc

Ember

Other Linkedin Projects:

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