Zaplib hoped that rewriting web applications in Rust-powered WebAssembly, one section at a time, would result in performance boosts as much as 10x. However, the company’s founders said in a ‘post-mortem’ that the massive jumps didn’t quite pan out. “Our bet was that it would be 10x more ergonomic to speed up your app, incrementally, in Rust. This did not hold up in real-world implementations,” the team said.
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