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Google is working on a project that could allow Android developers to write their software using the company’s in-house Dart web language, as highlighted today by Ars Technica. The Dart language was created by Google engineers who were disappointed with existing options like JavaScript.

The project, currently called “Sky,” would allow devs to build their apps without writing a single line of Java—the language typically used for Android apps—and enable new capabilities like over-the-air updates without requiring the user to install anything.

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