Posts by Limin Zhu

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WebView2Browser: A rich sample for WebView2

By Limin Zhu

At this year's Build conference in May, we announced the Win32 preview of the WebView2 control powered by the Chromium-based Microsoft Since then, we have been engaging with the community and partners to collect a great deal of feedback, and… Read more

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ChakraCore’s first anniversary

By Brian Terlson, Gaurav Seth and Limin Zhu

Today marks the one year anniversary of open-sourcing ChakraCore – the core of the Chakra JavaScript engine that powers Microsoft Edge – under the MIT We wanted to take a moment to say thank you to everyone in the community… Read more

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A peek into the WebAssembly Browser Preview

By Limin Zhu

Following the introduction of , we have been working with other browser vendors including Mozilla, Google, Apple, along with the rest of the WebAssembly community group, to push the performance boundary of the web with WebAssembly is a new, portable,… Read more

Screen capture showing an http-server sample running with ChakraCore on Ubuntu
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Bringing ChakraCore to Linux and OS X

By Limin Zhu and Arunesh Chandra

In January, we open-sourced ChakraCore, the core of the Chakra JavaScript engine that powers Microsoft Edge and Universal Windows We expressed our ambition to bring our best-in-class, but Windows-only, JavaScript engine to other platforms, with Linux as the prioritized Today… Read more

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Previewing ES6 Modules and more from ES2015, ES2016 and beyond

By Limin Zhu, Brian Terlson and Microsoft Edge Team

Chakra, the recently open-sourced JavaScript engine that powers Microsoft Edge and Universal Windows applications, has been pushing the leading edge of ECMAScript language   Most of ES2015 (aka ES6) language support is already available in Edge, and last week’s Windows… Read more