Mozilla, Google aim to enhance or replace JavaScript

09/24/2013 | ZDNet

Companies including the Mozilla Foundation and Google are hard at work on programming languages designed to enable nativelike applications in Web browsers better than vanilla JavaScript, writes Nick Heath. Mozilla is pushing asm.js, a JavaScript subset that enables performance optimizations not possible in plain JavaScript, while Google is creating Native Client based on C and C++ code as well as an altogether new scripting language called Dart.

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