El maligno plan de google para hacer más sencillo tu desarrollo de aplicaciones con DART

Revisando mis emails y listas de distribución he podido encontrar una de esas pequeñas joyas que merece la pena visualizar.

Se trata de un video grabado por Bob Nystrom donde realiza una introducción a DART y explica algunas de las caracterísitcas que tendrá el lenguaje el camino que están pensando seguir para que el desarrollo de aplicaciones web sea realmente sencillo con DART, no solo simplificando la sintaxis o mejorando compatibilidad entre navegadores que, por supuesto, es algo totalmente indispensable en estos tiempos, sino tratando de explicar nuevas funciones y formas de trabajo que nos permitirán simplicarnos la vida a todos los desarrolladores.

Os adjunto la dirección del video y el post original de Seth en el discuss de google.

Dart: Google’s evil plot to make it easier for you to build web apps”

Hello fellow Dartisans!

We just posted a screencast of Bob Nystrom’s talk “Dart: Google’s evil plot to make it easier for you to build web apps”

From the abstract:

When we announced Dart, it kicked up a bit of a dust storm. In this talk, I discuss the challenges that Google and others face when building web apps today. I introduce Dart and show how its features were designed specifically to address some of those challenges.

You’ll see how Dart protects you from many of the dark corners and sharp edges of JavaScript and the DOM. When your programs grow and evolve over time, you’ll see how Dart can help keep your app nimble and maintainable. Thanks to Dart’s Dart to JavaScript compiler, you’ll see how you get all of that while still being able to run on any browser that supports modern JS and without the bad karma of fracturing the web.

Enjoy the video! And thanks to Bob for recording it.


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