The most fundamental goal of Cosmos is being in touch with the real universe.

Having native code, gives you the very best conditions for attaining the desired performance.

  1. It leaves more headroom, which means you can afford more abstraction.
  2. It makes it simpler to reason about the actual space and time costs.
  3. There is no startup and memory overhead of a big supporting runtime.

In addition, your users will not have the hazzle of downloading whatever new framework with the newest features every time they have to install your software.