Things are changing in the web world with Microsoft Corporation, Google and Firefox teaming up together to help build a faster web.
Microsoft, Google and Mozilla are working together looking at website applications and website pages to help speed them up by creating new standards.
This venture could help shape the way the Internet functions and improvements from this will result in users experiences being better all round.
This move could also be a step forward in creating better online games and applications being able to function like a local desktop in a browser.
The big difference is going to be using what is called WebAssembly. This is used to compile source code of Web applications and the new standards will help process this data within the browser more quickly.
How Does WebAssembly Work?
Why Microsoft Corporation, Google and Firefox are looking at this!
The WebAssembly development project is being worked on as group with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) who dictate the current standards for the Web.
This project is being worked on by Google, Microsoft and Mozilla behind the scenes of public view with the goal to reach a consensus which will outline future of browser coding technology.