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WebAssembly is a standard for software products that run on a web browser and are delivered through the internet. This standard was created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and works with various types of programming languages.
Examples of WebAssembly software on the web include video games along with various kinds of utilities and graphic design software. WebAssembly is supported by all modern browsers and runs in a sandbox environment.