Google Dart: Goodbye For JavaScript | Google Dart | JavaScript

Google Dart Replace JavaScript Program

Google Dart: Goodbye For JavaScript | Google Dart | JavaScript - Google released a new language programming, which called Dart, who was notated as a replacement for JavaScript. Announcement of the emergence of new languages is done by Lars Bak, Google software engineer on his blog.

Google Dart Replace JavaScript Program
Dart is an object-oriented language programming which designed by Google to facilitate the work of the web developers in building web based applications. Google Dart mission is to replace the JavaScript which is considered to be less flexible for web programming.

The developers who are accustomed to coding using JavaScript must be familiar with the language structure owned by Dart.
It is an attraction for developers for switching to this new programming language. Another advantage of Google Dart, Dart language code can be compiled into the code of the Java language. So that applications built on the Dart can be run on almost all browsers, as well as on mobile devices that supports JavaScript.

With all these advantages, depend on how Google is to convince developers to switch to the Dart. "We're talking about Java that has been around for 15 years, complete with all the tools, thoughts, and a myriad of applications," said Jason Levitt, a software consultant and former Yahoo's evangelist technology.
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