January 5th, 2007

Now, they even make a C#-2-JavaScript compiler, besides the GWT on the Java space. Guys, the next step is to completely eliminate all JavaScript we have to write, including those embedded in the HTML pages, port as many JavaScript libraries to .NET and Java as possible and vice versa, and make those libraries browser-independent. The point is to make JavaScript and its infamous browser-incompatibility problem completely transparent from application developers. By doing that, developers do not have to care about JavaScript any longer and it will become the machine language of the browsers. I do not care about the machine code since the appearance of Java and C#, neither do I want to care about JavaScript if you guys decide to generate it from Java/C#.

  1. February 6th, 2007 at 21:40 | #1

    And yet another Java-to-JavaScript compiler. It’s getting fun.

  2. February 24th, 2012 at 05:17 | #2

    Great blog. Many websites like yours cover subjects that aren’t found in magazines. I don’t know how we got by 15 years ago with just print media.

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