Assembly language is a programming language close to machine language and is mainly used for direct communication with hardware or handling typical high-speed issues such as device drivers, low-level embedded systems, etc. So, can we program the Web using assembly language? Can assembly language be used in practical projects?

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Programming web using assembly language, is it possible?

The answer is yes. Assembly language can be fully utilized for web programming, and in fact, someone has already achieved this. A Bulgarian guy named John Found has developed websites using assembly language.

You can refer to John Found’s projects below:

  • – John Found home site.
  • MiniMagAsm – An open-source CMS (Content Management System) written in assembly language.
  • AsmBB – A forum software written in assembly language. Perhaps due to its assembly language foundation, this might be the fastest and lightest forum software in the world, as the author claims :)))

You can also explore interesting discussions on the topic on Quora and Reddit:


Assembly language can be used for web programming, though it’s a highly challenging task. Nonetheless, if you’re up for the challenge, you can refer to the John Found projects listed above.

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