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Comment: Don't try to abstract a web page (Score 3, Insightful) 192

by Parker Lewis (#48675359) Attached to: MIT Unifies Web Development In Single, Speedy New Language
This is fundamentally wrong: the're not only trying to abstract all technologies and flows involved in web page development. Most of these languages and frameworks want to provide the old desktop program flow. And the way web applications works is a way different than that. A good web programmer need to know all the flow and involved technologies.

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