why not just import new language into browser?

Edwin Reynoso eorroe at gmail.com
Tue May 26 03:27:08 UTC 2015

Lol "you" don't see the advantages, yet most do (including me). Why
wouldn't we improve the language itself. So just leave the language alone
like that, and let's focus on using plugins for other languages to work??
really?? and then we'll have to put in work into updating and fixing bugs
on those plugins, which IMO is just more work for nothing. If you don't
like javascript (well then I'm sorry but that's your problem). And what
about all the work done for ES6, and ES7, ES8.. and on, what just goes to
the trash?

Idk man I don't agree.

On Mon, May 25, 2015 at 11:13 PM, eric <calidion at gmail.com> wrote:

> hi, all
> after es6 was drafted for a long time, i don't see any advantages from
> these changes.
> the import syntax is no better than require('module') or require(['sss'],
> function() {});
> and the import of class is no need for frontend developement.
> the import of classes will lead to the demand of packages or namespaces.
> all this only to polute the simplicity javascript has today.
> And no good to the javascript developement .
> I would like to suggest a language neutro interface for all languages
> inside all browsers.
> so the browsers will support all languages by plugin instead of changing
> javascript into an evil language.
> and the rest of programmers will use there languages freely.
> javascript may not be the only language to the browser side.
> but other languages can be freely imported.
> thanks.
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