Something become a standard in the technical sense and something becoming standard in the informal sense are two completely different things. There are countless standards that have little to no adoption.
No, because the JS and PHP ecosystems have such a head start on available resources and libraries.
With a lot of web dev it's not about what's "best", it's about what can be done with quickly and efficiently. Using existing libraries and the huge amount of knowledge on SO means that JS and PHP aren't going anywhere, anytime soon. Integration with both of them with backend Java is also a known quantity.
Also, in practical terms very little of the web is resource intensive to the point where you'd want to start trying to squeeze out the last drops of performance, and you're still bottlenecked by the connection speed and device on the client side.
It's like putting a racing engine and spoiler in a city bus: It's high performance and faster, sure... But you're still making the same scheduled stops and doing five under the speed limit.
Want to make the web faster? Just stop loading 5mb worth of tracking and ad scripts. There's absolutely no need to replace js with anything to make the web faster, people just need to stop bloating their pages with shit.
>>52256124 You are not. You are writing your front-end and compiling it. This thing already works. If you don't like the language, write in numerous other languages that compile to JS. It's not perfect, it's not even good solution but web assembly won't become a wildly adopted way of doing it any time soon.
>>52258449 It's an intermediate representation that fills the same role as the "assembly languages" used in VMs for other languages' interpreters and compilers, though I guess in this case they're specifying an AST rather than an actual instruction set. I don't think it started off that way.
>>52261008 It isn't. Unless you mean as a compile-to-JS language; in that case this thread may have gone over your head. Dart's unpopular specifically because it never rose above the level of being one more in a slew of them, as other vendors wouldn't integrate native support for it.
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