Google I/O 2011: JavaScript Programming in the Large with Closure Tools


Google I/O 2011: JavaScript Programming in the Large with Closure Tools Most developers who have tinkered with JavaScript could not imagine writing 1,000 lines of code in such a language, let alone 100,000. Yet that is exactly what Google engineers have done using a suite of JavaScript tools named "Closure" to produce many of the most popular and sophisticated applications on the Web, such as Gmail and Google Maps.


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