[AskJS] What if node_modules contained JavaScript bytecode instead of source code?

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  • guess-color

    A game similar to Bulls and Cows where you guess colors by provided hints

    We also have WebAssembly , which is close to what you what. Although it hasn't direct access to DOM and other JS APIs, but is very useful for performance critical parts of the application, it is believed to have about 85% of the native code speed. I used WebAssembly for my mastermind game solver .

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