Google Launched Dart Programming Language For Web

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Google Dart
Google Dart

Google launched an “early preview” of Dart, a programming language for Web.

Dart is geared for everything from small, unstructured projects to large, complicated efforts, for example Gmail and Google Docs. “It’s not going to replace JavaScript,” said project leader Lars Bak. “JavaScript is a cornerstone of the Web today, and it will continue to be for a long, long time.” In the Dart technical overview, Google is looking to implement five design goals. They’re looking to build a structured yet flexible language, make it familiar and natural, looking for high performance and fast application startup, a full range of devices on the web, support across all major modern browsers. The programming language means that you can actually now build and compile these libraries and dynamically link them into a larger application.

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