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#ActualDareDeveloper

Posted 15 August 2013 - 07:30 AM

Am I wrong or is compiling Dart to JavaScript just a temporary solution? I thought they will try to really establish it once Browsers implement a certain planned abstraction standard that will allow other scripting languages besides JavaScript to run natively.

 

Does anybody think browsers might not survive? That operating systems and apps will replace them and that the internet will get more of a structure somehow?

I think in the not so distant future programs will have to be written for ridiculous amounts of CPUs ... technologies like OpenCL will probably play a role then.

IMO a seamless online experience makes sense. The whole browser technology still thinks in pages.

I personally am hoping that there will be a disruptive new technology and cumbersome web development for several different browsers will be obsolete at some point.

 

Then again, I also hope we will design software soon, rather than program it (abstract development without worrying about the programming / scripting languages). happy.png


#4DareDeveloper

Posted 15 August 2013 - 07:30 AM

Am I wrong or is compiling Dart to JavaScript just a temporary solution? I thought they will try to really establish it once Browsers implement a certain planned abstraction standard that will allow other scripting languages besides JavaScript to run natively.

 

Does anybody think browsers might not survive? That operating systems and apps will replace them and that the internet will get more of a structure somehow?

I think in the not so distant future programs will have to be written for ridiculous amounts of CPUs ... technologies like OpenCL will probably play a role then.

IMO a seamless online experience makes sense. The whole browser technology still thinks in pages.

I personally am hoping that there will be a disruptive new technology and cumbersome web development for several different browsers will be obsolete at some point.

 

Then again, I also hope we will design software soon, rather than program it (abstract development without worrying about the programming / scripting languages). dry.png


#3DareDeveloper

Posted 15 August 2013 - 07:27 AM

Am I wrong or is compiling Dart to JavaScript just a temporary solution? I thought they will try to really establish it once Browsers implement a certain planned abstraction standard that will allow other scripting languages besides JavaScript to run natively.

 

Does anybody think browsers might not survive? That operating systems and apps will replace them and that the internet will get more of a structure somehow?

I think in the not so distant future programs will have to be written for ridiculous amounts of CPUs ... technologies like OpenCL will probably play a role then.

IMO a seamless online experience makes sense. The whole browser technology still thinks in pages.

I personally am hoping that there will be a disruptive new technology and cumbersome web development for several different browsers will be obsolete at some point.


#2DareDeveloper

Posted 15 August 2013 - 07:27 AM

Am I wrong or is compiling Dart to JavaScript just a temporary solution? I thought they will try to really establish it once Browsers implement a certain planned abstraction standard that will allow other scripting languages besides JavaScript.

 

Does anybody think browsers might not survive? That operating systems and apps will replace them and that the internet will get more of a structure somehow?

I think in the not so distant future programs will have to be written for ridiculous amounts of CPUs ... technologies like OpenCL will probably play a role then.

IMO a seamless online experience makes sense. The whole browser technology still thinks in pages.

I personally am hoping that there will be a disruptive new technology and cumbersome web development for several different browsers will be obsolete at some point.


#1DareDeveloper

Posted 15 August 2013 - 07:26 AM

Am I wrong or ist compiling Dart to JavaScript just a temporary solution? I thought they will try to really establish it once Browsers implement a certain planned abstraction standard that will allow other scripting languages besides JavaScript.

 

Does anybody think browsers might not survive? That operating systems and apps will replace them and that the internet will get more of a structure somehow?

I think in the not so distant future programs will have to be written for ridiculous amounts of CPUs ... technologies like OpenCL will probably play a role then.

IMO a seamless online experience makes sense. The whole browser technology still thinks in pages.

I personally am hoping that there will be a disruptive new technology and cumbersome web development for several different browsers will be obsolete at some point.


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