Web Assembly, ES6 Support, Dev Tools and Other Updates from Chrome Dev Summit

Last week I got to attend the Chrome Dev Summit, an annual two-day conference hosted by Google where they announced latest developments relevant to the web technology. Here are my full notes from this conference. Since there was so much information presen…

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