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Last updated : Oct 22, 2012
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Oct 2012
Hold ? Proceed with caution
Dart is Google’s attempt at creating a programming language to replace JavaScript due to JavaScript’s perceived flaws and inherent performance issues. Dart, in line with previous Google languages, provides Java-like syntax and semantics that are intended to be more appealing than JavaScript’s prototype-based nature. Reception within the browser-development community has been understandably cool and it remains to be seen if the language will become more widely accepted, though Chrome’s continued rise and the search for alternatives like CoffeeScript may yet shift that balance.
Mar 2012
Hold ? Proceed with caution
Published : Mar 16, 2012
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