Windows 10 News and info | Forum
January 23, 2021, Loading... *
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
News: This is a clean Ad-free Forum and protected by StopForumSpam, Project Honeypot, Botscout and AbuseIPDB | This forum does not use audio ads, popups, or other annoyances. New member registration currently disabled.
  Website   Home   Windows 8 Website GDPR Help Login Register  
By continuing to use the site or forum, you agree to the use of cookies, find out more by reading our GDPR policy.
Pages: [1]
Share this topic on Del.icio.usShare this topic on DiggShare this topic on FacebookShare this topic on GoogleShare this topic on MySpaceShare this topic on RedditShare this topic on StumbleUponShare this topic on TechnoratiShare this topic on TwitterShare this topic on YahooShare this topic on Google buzz
Author Topic: Internet Explorer Getting A Highly Requested Feature  (Read 1701 times)
Hero Member
Offline Offline

Gender: Male
United States United States

Posts: 32173

I Do Windows

WWW Email
« on: February 21, 2015, 02:11:30 PM »

In the form of asm.js support to the Chakra JavaScript engine that powers both Internet Explorer and the new Spartan browser. Microsoft is finally bringing this to Windows 10.

The company has been, up until now, fairly open and transparent when it comes to the development progress of the two browsers it plan on including in its next operating system with regular updates to what new features they are in line to receive.

And this time around, Redmond has detailed the addition of what is top 10 request for IE.

Interestingly, the software titan has been working with the Firefox development team to implement support for asm.js, which is generally utilized for transpiling (source-to-source compiling) C/C++ code to run on the web.

Probably the main reason why this is being implemented.

But working with Mozilla should ensure that both companies leverage the skills and knowledge of each other in implementing the technology. In fact, Mozilla are the original developers of this important new web technology.

Both Firefox and Chrome utilize it for notable performance boosts.

Microsoft has confirmed that the feature will be part of Windows 10, and fingers crossed we get to see it in action in a future demonstration on either Internet Explorer or Spartan.


Pages: [1]
Jump to:  

Powered by SMF 1.1.21 | SMF © 2017, Simple Machines

Google visited last this page January 18, 2021, 02:16:19 PM