author={Brent W. Benson},
How do you write web-based applications that are highly interactive and not frustratingly slow? This question has plagued web developers since the dawn of HTML. In 1995, Netscape, the first Java licensee, decided that they wanted a somewhat simpler language to facilitate interactive web pages. Netscape developer Brendan Eich created a new language, originally dubbed LiveScript, aimed at going just a small step beyond HTML, allowing simple user input, dynamic output, etc. LiveScript was designed… 
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    2012 Third International Conference on Emerging Intelligent Data and Web Technologies
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