Leaked Memo Offers More Details About Dart

Leaked Memo Offers More Details About Dart

A newly leaked internal memo is shedding light on Google’s Dart programming language, which will debut at a conference next month. In the memo, Google’s Mark Miller says JavaScript has “fundamental flaws that cannot be fixed by merely evolving the language” and proposes the creation of a new language (Dart) as one possible solution.

Miller envisions Dart as a new open standard that would be embraced by all of the Web browsers. He adds that the programming language “aims to maintain the dynamic nature of JavaScript but have a better performance profile and be amenable to tooling for large projects.”

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