by Ricardo G
not looking to replace it. Google is evaluating the best way to integrate Dart directly into its Chrome browser, and it’s also aiming for other browsers to implement it. Dart’s design goals are the following:
– Create a structured yet flexible language for web programming
– Make Dart feel familiar and natural to programmers and thus easy to learn
– Ensure that Dart delivers high performance on all modern Web browsers and environments ranging from small handheld devices to
educate millions of programmers, building developers tools, and creating support libraries.
According to Google, Dart is designed to address several shortcomings seen with web programming today.
Dart’s priority right now is hear what the world thinks about it and to get them participating in Dart’s development
When I started reading the article, I though, “another programming language? Don’t we have enough of them?”, but as I continued reading, I
realized that in order to make anything better, it has to change. And everything changes over time as well. As of right now, I am still