Did you see this ?
On Sat, 11 Mar 2017, Daniel Gaspary wrote:


  Is there something planned in this matter for FPC?

  I was reading about the new Firefox making WebAssembly publicly
available ("On Tuesday Firefox 52 became the first browser to support
[1] .

Karoly Balogh (Charlie/SGR) is working on this, and as far as I know has already some degree of
success. There is a bounty for initial webassembly support..

With WebAssembly I think you could do "very rich Internet applications" (I understand this means a server based applications with a remote GUI running in a Browser) purely using Pascal. No Java script any more !!!!!

As mse already features "ifi" that can do remote-GUI applications, it might be possible to run the ifi GUI part in a browser, allowing to attach to any server based ifi application. This would be exceptionally cool :)

(Of course I don't know how Widgets are done and used with WebAssembly...)

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