why not just import new language into browser?
andrea.giammarchi at gmail.com
Tue May 26 17:43:56 UTC 2015
> then veryone can be a full stack programmer
I had a genuine laugh there ... it's like sayiing since JS runs on server,
micro-controllers, and IndexedDB is a thing, everyone now is a full stack
developer that could do server too.
Please do not merge these two very different topics ... if you know Python
or C you won't move a single step forward on the Web and DOM. Different
environments, problems, worlds, different everything ... you function
validates an email? Good, how about everything else that could go wrong or
is simply different?
Anyway, this is the development-toolchain era so if Google Dart is fine
abandoning an alternative engine for its own browser and simply trust
transpiling to JS, why wouldn't any other "different language" lover do the
It's also the era where everyone cannot wait for any sort of plugin to die
due any sort of related problem ( looking at you Silverlight DRM streaming
on Linux ) so regardless I agree there are cases where we'd like to have
pure/native "other language" running on the browser (e.g. see also WebGL
and GLES indirections) I don't think having the equivalent of LLVM
interfaces for any sort of PL would bring any real-world benefit to the Web
... see, again and indeed, Emscripten to asm.js results
On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 6:18 PM, eric <calidion at gmail.com> wrote:
> You are always misleading.
> what you've listed just show that the trend is real and urgent.
> but you choose to ignore it and mislead it.
> why asm.js ? because there is no support for c++/c from browsers.
> what if the browsers support c++/c navtively?
> <script language="c" src="http://code.site.com/abc.o"
> which will run faster than asm.js.
> do we need asm.js then?
> if browser natively support languages like c, c++, python, ruby.
> then veryone can be a full stack programmer,
> 在 15/5/27 00:35, Matthew Robb 写道:
> On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 12:22 PM, eric <calidion at gmail.com> wrote:
>> C++ can be compiled to C too.
>> no one would say C is a neutral language interface.
> I'm sorry to tell you but the overwhelming trend within browsers is not
> fast in that form.
> See: http://emscripten.org and http://asmjs.org/
> If you don't think it will "catch on" then you should try to get more
> informed on the subject.
> Finally: http://alwaysbetonjs.com
> - Matthew Robb
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