It's no secret that Google must rely on JavaScript to help power its own series of services in the form of webapps. However, the recent news that they are working on an alternative form of language to help speed up and provide more consistency to applications comes as no surprise. What is surprising is that this concept was being held for some time as a bit of a secret. JavaScript in its current form today encompasses over 20 different frameworks. As Google discovered long ago in developing its More

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