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    Quote Originally Posted by fullyautomatix View Post
    Languages seem to go obsolete in 6 months these days. Might be better to switch back to COBOL.
    The mistake is buying into anything new. C++, C#, Java, Python, JS are all doing great. I'd love to get someone to pay me to learn Rust or whatever, but I'm not going to invest my time in it in case it's the next Ruby on Rails or D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    The mistake is buying into anything new. C++, C#, Java, Python, JS are all doing great. I'd love to get someone to pay me to learn Rust or whatever, but I'm not going to invest my time in it in case it's the next Ruby on Rails or D.
    Yep. I wasted my time on Ruby On Rails. Still like Ruby though. RoR has been replaced by Elixir / Phoenix. Looks like I have spent more time trying to learn something just because I suddenly see an influx of job ads asking for it and only to realise it just vanishes in few years.

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    Flutter?

    Is this going to be to the javascript world what Visual J++ was to Java?

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    The mistake is buying into anything new. C++, C#, Java, Python, JS are all doing great. I'd love to get someone to pay me to learn Rust or whatever, but I'm not going to invest my time in it in case it's the next Ruby on Rails or D.
    Threaded was a "RoR" advocate, if memory serves.

    "Programming WebAssembly with Rust" is my current reading...
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    WASM is pretty cool but rather specialist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    WASM is pretty cool but rather specialist.
    WASM is just the container that lets you run non-javascript code in the browser. Only a masochist would attempt to program anything substantial in it directly, hence Rust and other higher level languages becoming available to make the task much easier and productive.

    The overriding factor for using WASM or not for the web is whether interested in learning or already invested in javascript. If not then there are better ways to go.

    Personally, as a long time .net gravy train rider () Blazor WASM using C# is what I'm interested in. It's the HS2 of the enterprise dev world already dominated by Microsoft.

    For those more interested in non M$ stuff, creating an SPA using Rust seems interesting (I keep an eye on WASM and other languages using it such as Rust to see the state of the art in terms of where things are going):

    Single Page Applications using Rust

    Hopefully once these new ways of programming the web become mature we'll see a more stable ecosystem than the javascript snakepit of endless script libraries and all the issues that brings.
    Maybe tomorrow, I'll want to settle down. Until tomorrow, I'll just keep moving on.

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    Update:

    Had a go with Flutter. Amazing it is. Both performance and UI (Material Design) are fantastic. Tested with Simulator, Emulator and Physical devices, the experience of developing and deploying is painless!
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    Sound like terms you would use in a porn movie..."If you Flutter this, then it will React in an Angular movement"
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    Sound like terms you would use in a porn movie..."If you Flutter this, then it will React in an Angular movement"


    There are couple of testing frameworks that goes by the name Cucumber & Gherkin as well

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