Topic: binary syntax

Google’s Project Tango comes to market, Microsoft Flow makes it easy to automate tasks, and Red Hat releases Ansible 2.2—SD Times news digest: Nov. 1, 2016

Google’s mobile virtual reality solution is finally becoming a reality with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. Google announced in June that Lenovo would provide the first Tango-enabled phone, and the device has finally begun to ship. It will come with more than 35 Tango apps with augmented reality capabilities. According to Google, with the Tango-enabled … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: 4, the emoji programming language

Emojis are taking over. They’re already edging out text as the alpha dog of SMS messaging, and now members of the 4chan image board are aiming to supplant code with the tiny emoticons as well. According to FourMan, the mysterious developer behind 4, the programming language aims to be easy to use and made up … continue reading

Tech companies to create a new binary syntax: WebAssembly

Technology companies and engineers have teamed up to push JavaScript aside and make room for a new binary syntax. Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and WebKit engineers have announced they are working on WebAssembly, a new binary format for low-level safe code. “It’s by now a cliché that JavaScript has become the assembly language of the Web,” … continue reading

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