Compilers and Programming languages
Igalia and TC39
Igalia maintains the MIPS and ARMv7 ports of JSC, including their support in the optimizing compiler (JIT). These JIT compilers have been found to be critical for performance, especially on embedded devices, based on benchmarks of interactive performance of client applications. Maintenance of these ports over time is important in order to keep up-to-date with improvements in performance, security and features from upstream developments.
Implementing new WebAssembly language features
Active contributors to open source compilers
Through all of our work on programming languages for the web, Igalia works closely with upstream open source projects. Several project members are trusted committers to the projects they are contributing to, based on the experience of collaboration over several years.
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