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TypeScript, JavaScript, and Dart

Very intresting talk about JavaScript with two smart guys behind TypeScript and Dart. First I thought these two new languages are the same thing. Meaning, TypeScript is a copy of Dart but actually they are quite different.

Quoting Scott Hanselman:

People have compared TypeScript to Dart. That’s comparing apples to carburetors. TypeScript builds on JavaScript so there’s no JS interop issues. Dart is a native virtual machine written from scratch. Dart interops with JavaScript…but it’s not JS. It doesn’t even use the JavaScript number type for example.

FromĀ Why does TypeScript have be the answer to anything?