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David Notik
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Great meeting a bunch of the #dartlang team in Seattle. Siggi Cherem, +Bob Nystrom, +Kevin Moore, +Natalie Weizenbaum, +Alan Knight, +jake macdonald, +John Messerly and please tag the other Jacob. The team was so nice and welcoming. Thank you for all the awesome work!
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+1 this over on GitHub if you don't want to see a .cfg file polluting the directories for all your apps. Let's keep it floating to the top as .packages.

https://github.com/lrhn/dep-pkgspec/issues/10#issuecomment-100861707
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Touche! :)
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Update: difference between browser and command line, and between pre and post build: https://code.google.com/p/dart/issues/detail?id=23400
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My notes from yesterday's #dartsummit , covering "Keynote: Dart Today and Tomorrow" with +Kasper Lund and +Lars Bak, and "Dart for the Web: State of the Union" with +Kevin Moore and +Dan Grove.

They're two separates posts over at http://woven.co/dartlang. Woven is built with Dart + Polymer, and I'm trying to eat my own dogfood as they say.
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I spend a lot of time reviewing Dart code. At Google, we use the Dart style guide, but we humans are poor at consistently following rules. I end up writing a lot of review comments like "put a newline here" and "remove this s...
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Autocomplete/IntelliSense works in less cases in WebStorm 9

If you use WebStorm and have upgraded to 9 recently, did you notice that less code is autocompleted/intellisensed? My preliminary research leads me to believe it's only with third-party libraries. I'm not sure if this is Dart-specific.

Please VOTE on this issue (click the thumb on the lower-right-sidebar).

https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-13964
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Interestingly I just jumped back to idea as the latest dart editor seems to have lost most of the auto complete 
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In praise of Google's boring Google I/O.

(Read my column: http://goo.gl/gsXk4e )
 
Nobody jumped out of blimps this year, but who cares when Google's products, services and platforms are getting this polished?

As a veteran of four Google I/O conferences, it's clear that this year's event was the least exciting for users and attendees, but it was definitely the most exciting for serious developers.

Unlike at past I/Os, nobody jumped out of blimps to deliver Google Glass to Sergey Brin. Rock star CEO Larry Page didn't give a hushed and momentous surprise speech. Google didn't give away a ridiculously expensive assortment of unreleased gadgets to attendees. The vast majority of announcements this year were either announced or leaked earlier, reducing the surprise factor. Even the food was poor cafeteria fare.

Some attendees were stunned by the conspicuous absence of such Google products as Google Glass, Chromebooks, Google+, Nexus smartphones, Project Ara and Project Fi.

But those are the complaints of shallow and entitled crybabies. Serious developers were thrilled by what they saw and heard at Google I/O.

Here's why: 

http://www.eweek.com/cloud/in-praise-of-googles-boring-2015-developer-conference.html

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No. Either way, I'd need to set up the data structure, and if I resort wouldn't it have the same issue? My understanding is that its real difference is how it reuses DOM elements as you scroll, for faster scrolling. I've had a lot of trouble wiring up core-list. Never done it successfully.
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And btw, Shelf or RPC or both?
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+David Notik Yes, it is not an either/or with Shelf and RPC they are complimentary  as the example you are referring to suggests. Basically Shelf will help you setup your server and handling http requests. RPC will route your http requests to the corresponding api method.
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Some reflections on our use of Dart on this first day of the first ever Dart summit. Kudos to the Dart team and community!
A few years back, I was taking some time, together with our small, distributed team, to review modern approaches to web …
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I'm not sure about angular, but I don't really buy the react == awesome, polymer/wc == spawn of satan argument. Polymer is not very prescriptive about how you structure your logic.
The core of my app is predominantly immutable making heavy use of frappe. The architecture of this core is not dictated by polymer. 
The polymer layer is very thin, largely devoid of any logic. The interface between my core and the polymer layer is not as seamless as I'd like but not too painful.
I looked into react a while back and whether I thought it would offer me any benefits over polymer but I couldn't see anything obvious. 
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Do any of my Google friends have an invite to send me for Google Inbox? :) https://inbox.google.com Sorry for the OT.
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Update, got it pretty quick via my email to inbox@google.com.
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I founded Woven, a full service web development and strategy shop dedicated to helping community-based organizations leverage online tools to more effectively engage with their constituents. Woven offers beautiful, content managed websites with a focus on online communities, social networks and team collaboration tools. We're experts with the popular Drupal platform, which we leverage for nearly all our projects.

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