Maybe in the future we will have a language that only shares its runtime environment, the browser, with JS. It might consist of some features which were in JS (but haven't been invented there) and might be a liiiiiittle bit similar even, but it might not be JS anymore.
what do you mean with "only shares its runtime environment"?
There is also
web assembly coming to all the browsers already now and is available in all the browsers in the near future.
@serapath I am watching the talk you linked (JS is eating the world). There are so many outright wrong conclusions or statements in the first 8 minutes, that I made a list of them. This guy's reasoning is seriously flawed, at least in logic. Maybe he has a point, but he certainly did not bring it across by using logical arguments and correct conclusions. Here is the list of things I do not agree with and I will stop making notes now, because it takes me painfully long time to stop after every second phrase to write down how it is untrue or a wrong conclusion or a non-fitting comparison etc.:
So basically the "3 battle fields" theory is a false premises. I will assume it is simply a means for structuring the talk, instead of assuming that he wants to hide something intentionally.
He compares "scripting languages" with "compiled languages" - Python is compiled. Just an example. It is also a scripting language. So the sets are not disjunct and to separate them is a mistake, at least in terminology. Please learn about the terms you use to describe things.
"newest one" of server languages being C#? I think not. From when is that talk?!
verification codethey would send me to my mobile phone number. Sad thing - I do not own my old mobile phone number anymore and thus can't do as they ask. I tried many ways to contact facebook, but they don't respond and no matter what i tried, there seems to be no alternative.
i dont know - but i think i will just leave facebook behind. There are so many more open apps and even open source versions.
gitter(will become open source + you can host it yourself + even without account you can browse chats)
I want to slowly get rid of all apps where i dont control and own my data and where i can get locked out like it just happened to me.
It's not easy and most apps are not as nice as something like facebook, but i don't want to continue empowering platforms like facebook
...if i just continue with this attitude for long enough, i will slowly find replacements for all the things :-)