ES6,ES7,ES8 and beyond. A Proposed Roadmap.
andrea.giammarchi at gmail.com
Sun Apr 21 00:15:59 PDT 2013
not sure I understand those examples, but the moment a developer starts
yelding everything, is the moment all non-blovking asynchronous advantages
are gone 'cause you are waiting instead of keep doing the rest, isn't it?
On Sat, Apr 20, 2013 at 9:56 PM, Domenic Denicola <
domenic at domenicdenicola.com> wrote:
> This looks lovely.
> The only thing I'd want to add: we need integers! And generally better
> numeric types. From speaking to developers on the ground, this is the
> biggest missing language feature they see (that isn't already addressed in
> ES6). I know Brendan has made some moves in this direction in SpiderMonkey,
> so let's just be sure it doesn't fall off the roadmap :).
> Doing a quick poll of some IRC rooms, there's some call for shared-memory
> multithreading. I know this was a concern of the asm.js project, or more
> generally for the JS-as-a-compilation-target mission. I don't think this is
> a good idea, but just passing it along.
> Finally, I know a lot of people, myself included, are excited about
> `await` sugar. That is, the plan would be to use generators + promises in
> ES6 with the awkwardness that entails; once we know what the prevailing
> patterns are we can eliminate that awkwardness with `await` in ES7. (I've
> made [a sketch] illustrating the idea, but of course the point of
> waiting is to find something that works, not the first thing I think up.)
> How this fits in with the concurrency strawman's more ambitious `!`
> operator is unclear though.
> : https://gist.github.com/domenic/5428522
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