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It's encouraging to see Microsoft's commitment to JavaScript as the language of the Web. Well worth reading.
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No talk about "same markup". I wonder what is up with that. Also, tying ECMAScript to OS locale support seems scary.
Yeah, the locale stuff doesn't seem so useful, at least it's never a problem that I've wanted solved...
They're referencing XHR2 under "Furthering the Javascript runtime", -- will they implement it? Instead of the "no, lets implement some of it and call it XDomainRequest"? :-)
Some of it are good ideas, but not everything. E.g. String#contains can be done with !!String#IndexOf. And how many times have you need to reverse string? -> reverse and repeat methods shouldn't be imo native, because they won't be much used and can be easily done with array extras when needed.
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