ECMA Is Working On Standardizing Google's Dart
Phoronix: ECMA Is Working On Standardizing Google's Dart
They just should standartize some bytecode/virtual machine and everyone will compile their web-languages to that bytecode.
Last edited by ssokolow; 12-13-2013 at 02:34 AM.
Why bytecode? Wasn't Java's bytecode standardized? And people don't use it still?
Originally Posted by Szzz
Good job Google, a case when I hear good news from you in the last weeks.
Is this even supported by any browsers yet? Chrome?
Originally Posted by kaprikawn
The last time I looked at the debian alioth benchmarks dart was still slower than js in every case. That's not great since that was touted as A benefit to using dart (much more work has gone into js vms but I'd be willing to wager that the people working on the dart vm have much crossover with the v8 team).
Obviously this says nothing about its suitability as a language for large codebases, or ease of use, but anything has to be better than js when it come to handling scope (which is too damned tricky).
Many people use it. Groovy, Scala, Clojure, and Ceylon all compile to java bytecode. People don't use it for web client side development, and I guess it's about the performance.
Originally Posted by ciplogic
Originally Posted by liam
If you're talking about Dart code compiled to JS and then benchmarked against "native" JS - then it's to be expected.
Originally Posted by busukxuan
If you're talking about Dart code (not compiled to JS) running slower than JS code then it's a problem indeed.
You seem to mean the 1st point.