Web Assembly for the Enterprise
The current state of the art for enterprise web applications involves the creation of "single page applications" (or SPA's as they are referred to in the trade). These SPA's rely on distributed microservices for their data, usually via asynchronous calls to REST services or real-time messaging through web sockets.
To solve this problem, a new standard called Web Assembly (or WASM) is emerging to allow for super-fast in-browser applications to be compiled "natively" without all the additional toolchain complexity.
Apex Zeus is an industrial-strength implementation of that standard both as a compiler technology and a virtual machine implementation that powers both Apex Eos and Apex Odyssey.