How bright is JavaScript expecting and why?



  • And the question is: Is there a future? node.js, qooxdoo and other interesting things.



  • As for javascript in general, the future awaits light (in fact, if IE is left now everything is great). All of the browsers are fighting eternally for the speed of javascript (which is a huge plus). What you say is look at the WebGL, and the technology has not yet survived and the fact that it is not, but nevertheless, that who might have assumed that, from a language, it is, in fact, only for simple manipulation with DOM's (to a word that was not fast enough) a crypt language is available to write 3d annexes in a browser 😃

    And there's no choice for JS, it's the main client language of the web, and at what level it is at this point, it's hard to imagine a replacement. And even if it were, it would have been decades.

    Node.js has the future because the technology is strongly supported by microsoft (for them, to some extent, even promoted by ) and developers, about qooxdoo, I don't know.

    /users/1789/%D0%BF%D0%B0%D0%B2%D0%B5%D0%BB-%D0%B7%D0%B0%D0%B9%D1%86%D0%B5%D0%B2 - if they can continue to compete. Other similar technologies?

    I understand this is about nodejs and qooxdoo? It's just that JS reads strangely, JS has no competitors =




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