Mozilla, Google, Microsoft and Apple are forming an alliance to bring a faster Web performance.
They are putting aside their rivalry for the good of the internet.
Apparently, the four have been working secretly together for months. The project they are working on is called WebAssembly. Their intent is to develop a new technology which will allow browsers to load websites faster, and also to deliver a smoother experience in Web apps.
Very obviously, if this project succeeds, it will ensure that Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Apple Safari could deliver superior performance in the future.
How did this effort begin?