Alessandro Pignotti

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Today's Internet is long past static web pages filled with HTML-formatted text sprinkled with an occasional image or animation. We have entered an era of Rich Internet Applications executed locally on Internet clients such as web browsers: games, physics engines, image rendering, photo editing, etc. Yet today's languages used to program Internet clients(More)
Adobe Flash: the current de facto standard for rich content web applications is powered by an ECMAScript derived language called ActionScript. The bytecode for the language is designed to run on a stack based virtual machine. We introduce a Just in Time compiler and runtime environment for such bytecode. The LLVM framework is used to generate optimized(More)
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