Mozilla, Adobe and JavaScript 2.0

Adobe has released the code of their ActionScript VM to the Mozilla Foundation, and from now on they will work together on it. This is very good news for the JavaScript 2.0 (an implementation of ECMAScript 4) support in Mozilla Firefox (probably somewhere after 2008). What’s nice about JavaScript 2.0? Well, it has classes, namespaces and, most important: it has types. More coverage of the Adobe code contribution here:

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