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We need to go deeper.

They took Mozilla's SpiderMonkey engine, compiled it to LLVM bytecode using clang, then used Emscripten (which in itself sounds interesting) to compile it to Javascript.

And only 200 times slower, kinda amazing.
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js.js is a JavaScript interpreter (which runs in JavaScript) that allows an application to execute a third-party script inside a completely isolated, sandboxed environment. An application can, at runt...
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