December 12, 2013 3:39 PM PST
Dart programmer Kasper Lund speaks at Google I/O in May 2013.
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The task now is for the committee, TC52, to create standards for Dart that developers can all agree to. Google said in its blog post announcing the Dart evaluation committee that it would collaborate with the “broader Web community” on Dart standards via TC52.
While Dart is still supported by only one browser, and other browser vendors such as Mozilla and Microsoft have expressed reluctance to incorporate it, the news is undoubtedly good for Dart fans. Standardization might be the first step for Dart toward a wider acceptance by vendors and developers alike.