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JavaScript spec adds async functions, shared memory

A few months before its expected approval, ECMAScript 2017, the latest official specification underlying JavaScript, has been fleshed out with async functions and shared memory capabilities.

ECMAScript 2017 is due to be finalized in June, in line with a release cadence that has seen midyear upgrades recently. “Async functions are a terrific tool for writing asynchronous code, and SharedArrayBuffer (shared memory) will enable library authors to experiment with real multiprocessing in JavaScript,” said blogger Axel Rauschmayer, who follows JavaScript’s development.

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