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Predicting the Future
out, but since Emscripten and asm.js are very new, it's easy to imagine significant performance and code generation
improvements. However, the biggest room for improvement comes from new and richer web browser APIs. As of
now, WebGL exposes the least common denominator of graphics APIs: OpenGL ES 2. When a version of WebGL that
exposes OpenGL ES 3 is available, games can take advantage of increased graphical fidelity and capabilities.
computation to the GPU. WebCL could also make it possible to access any idle CPU cores and vector units, making
better use of overall system resources.
your compiled code in all browsers, even if they don't specially optimize for asm.js, is too powerful.
If you have a C++ game and you want your players to download and play it securely, with no friction, in a web
browser, give Emscripten a chance.