Google releases real-world version of its new programming language

11/14/2013 | CNET

Google is launching the 1.0 version of Dart, a programming language designed to replace JavaScript. Originally launched in testing versions two years ago, Google says the language is now ready for use with real-world websites, although it's practically limited by a lack of support from other browser makers. Dart was designed as a language that JavaScript coders can easily pick up but that will be faster to use.

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