The W3C today published the first Public Working Drafts (PWDs) of WebAssembly 2.0, consisting of 3 parts.
- WebAssembly Core Specification - Version 2.0: describes the 2.0 version of the WebAssembly core standard version 2.0 of the WebAssembly core standard, a secure, portable underlying code format designed to execute efficiently and provide a compact representation
- WebAssembly Web API - Version 2.0: describes the integration of WebAssembly with the broader Web platform
Please note that as the first public working draft, this means that it may not be endorsed by the W3C and its members. This is a draft document and may be updated, replaced or discarded at any time by other documents.
WebAssembly also has a number of proposals under discussion, centered around branch hints, tail call optimizations, exception handling, post-MVP thread functionality, loose SIMDs, and other tentative proposals.