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Op Artima staat een interessant interview met Scott Blum, de Google engineer die verantwoordelijk is voor de Java-naar-JavaScript compiler in de Google Web Toolkit. Zoals ze het bij Artima zelf samenvatten:

A key feature of the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is that it allows developers to write browser-hosted Web applications entirely in Java, and have GWT translate that Java code into browser-specific JavaScript. In this interview with Artima, Scott Blum, the Google software engineer behind GWT’s Java-to-JavaScript compiler, talks about the challenges of turning Java source code into JavaScript.


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As Rich Internet Application (RIA) development proliferates, so does the number of RIA tools. This open-source platform takes Flash as its client and uses LZX, a standards-driven XML and Javascript language. Drew Falkman investigates. []

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