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When asked if there was anything that could replace it in the foreseeable future, Crockford said he had always hoped it could, but in fact there were two difficulties: “First, we don’t have a language yet. It needs to be specialized A minimal-capability-based actor language designed for secure distributed programming. Second, we need all browser makers to adopt it, while replacing the DOM with a well-designed interface.”
In this regard, some netizens on Reddit also expressed their opinions:
As Douglas said before, the DOM is a horrible abstraction for creating applications. It is designed for text documents.
The modern use case of the web is hacked by a technology that is fundamentally designed to properly support a more limited purpose.
The real solution is to replace every browser’s DOM API with something for rendering 2D/3D graphics, taking discoverability, accessibility, and machine readability into account.
This new engine can use any new language appropriately designed to handle this use case.
The concept or website will change in this way. It can be an application via udp/tcp.
I believe JS is a symptom, not a problem.
The limitation of the browser concept itself is the problem, it doesn’t match the purpose for which we use it.
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