Google's Dart push irks JavaScript backers

12/17/2013 | CNET

Google's plans to build its Dart virtual machine into Chrome in the next year is drawing criticism for potentially creating fragmentation in Web programming since Mozilla and other browser makers have said they plan to stick with JavaScript, the language that Dart is meant to replace. "What I find worrying is [Google's] tendency to push for in-house, works-only-on-Chrome solutions instead of trying to work with the wider Web-standards community," said FlowHub co-creator Henri Bergius.

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