I'm dreaming of Go inside Chromium (because of openness) with most of it's
std libraries intact, some ones tweaked or even disabled (database?, net?,
os, runtime, unsafe).
"os" and "runtime" (maybe "net" too) can be made available via package
"browser", with DOM manipulation, XHR, and all the new HTML5 APIs
(LocalStore, QuerySelector, WebSockets, WebWorkers, Fullscreen, Pointer
Obviously runtime would need some changes and go's toolchain may need some
adapting too (go getting may be some kind of zip autopackaging, downloading
and compiling feature).
out there and also it'll a massive boost for Go.
and it's not getting any better.
Nowadays you need like 80kb (jQuery 1.9 is actually 91kb) just for a
library to get things right with most browsers.
want, but then IE will come and you'll have nightmares.
Why isn't better to use an already tested native language with dangerous
Is this useful? Is it doable?
Let me know what you think.
*P.D.*: I know there are some "alternatives" like Dart or TypeScript but
Go in its place; Coffescript is just a transpiler with Ruby syntax, no
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