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A small and embeddable JavaScript engine
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What is QuickJS?

It supports the ES2019 specification including modules, asynchronous generators and proxies. It optionally supports mathematical extensions such as big integers (BigInt), big floating point numbers (BigFloat) and operator overloading.
QuickJS is a tool in the JavaScript Compilers category of a tech stack.

Who uses QuickJS?

4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use QuickJS.

QuickJS Integrations

QuickJS's Features

  • Small and easily embeddable
  • no external dependency
  • Fast interpreter

QuickJS Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to QuickJS?
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