On Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 12:14:17 AM UTC+2, Marko wrote:
You're almost right (Googlers will correct me if I'm wrong).
j2cl stands for Java-to-CLosure. It's not much about the Closure Library but rather the Closure Compiler. It's a transpiler from Java to Closure-annotated ES6 (there are a couple videos about this from the GWT Meetup earlier this year: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1yReUCGwGvrqscLu1EAyYRPrr0ceEHLE ), type annotations will help the Closure Compiler prune unused code to further optimize the produced JS.
But it won't free us from the JRE emulation library.--
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