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David Notik
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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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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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It's working well. One issue: the symlink to Chromium means that Chromium isn't easily accessed via Spotlight (I was used to a simple Command+Space to get to it). (Homebrew places Chromium in /usr/local/Cellar/dartium/1.6.0/Chromium.app, and then it invites you to run a brew linkapps to create that symlink.) It seems Spotlight (even from the Finder) doesn't include symlinks. +Seth Ladd 
Developers can now easily install and update Dart SDK and Dartium on Macs with Homebrew, a popular package manager for Mac OS X. Both the stable SDK and (for the more adventurous) the dev channel SDK are available via Homebre...
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Check out dart-communities on GitHub, my explorations with a client and server Dart app. It's pure Polymer, with client/server routing and communication, Facebook sign in, realtime data syncing powered by Firebase and some other fun. It's the result of my learning by doing, and I hope it helps others navigate the world of Dart and Polymer. Lots of folks are wondering just as I was: Polymer or AngularDart or both? What's the right framework? This is one approach that may be useful to others. Please share your feedback and help me improve!

https://github.com/woven/dart-communities
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dart-communities - A client/server Dart application using Polymer and Firebase.
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Check out my #dartlang  stack, where I got bi-directional data binding going w/ recent versions of Angular and Polymer. https://twitter.com/DaveNotik/status/486351639230443520
Angular and Polymer, sitting in a DOM tree, B-i-n-d-i-n-g. First comes components, Then comes elements, Then comes the interop with the node dot bind. Angular, a super heroic MVC framework, and Polymer, polyfills and enha...
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No, this is Dart. You can compile it to JS w/ dart2js or look for/build JS specific stuff like this.
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Updates including angular_node_binding: https://github.com/DaveNotik/dart-stack
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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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Slides for Dart, Polymer?

I found Kasper's slides, but I'm wondering if others know of other slides or primer material for Dart and/or Polymer (Web Components). I'm informally giving an intro to modern web app development w/ Dart and Polymer to a few folks tomorrow, and it'd be helpful. Thank you!
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Try to search on slideshare.com :-)

But I am linking for example slides we have used for introduction of the technologies on our code labs.
My slides (Dart): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1tibaQ3wMxdhgTkraLpbSqHxv11Qv58W2BuE5uoXcoYU/
Colleague +Jakub Škvára slides (intro to Polymer and then Polymer in Dart): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1huSSBM254VXdkLVHdoAJPO7AB3r3BghmDrO4uiM5RGQ/

Good luck! :-)
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Hm, optional parameters are passed as null, which gets ugly when wrapping a JS method with same optional parameters. Basically, no matter how you specify an optional parameter, it's treated as null in the method which then passes it as null to the JS it wraps.

https://github.com/firebase/firebase-dart/issues/8
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Hi, i have create a patch for this :) https://github.com/firebase/firebase-dart/pull/9
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Check out my #dartlang  stack, where I got bi-directional data binding going w/ recent versions of Angular and Polymer. https://twitter.com/DaveNotik/status/486351639230443520
Angular and Polymer, sitting in a DOM tree, B-i-n-d-i-n-g. First comes components, Then comes elements, Then comes the interop with the node dot bind. Angular, a super heroic MVC framework, and Polymer, polyfills and enha...
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Just saw your post about the same issue. I have to try that
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What's the absolute simplest way to persist data from my basic Dart client app? (Until we have the upcoming App Engine and Datastore support.) Something like Parse.com JSON, but I'm not versed enough to wrap their JS library w/ dart:js. Suggestions?
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You do have appengine / datastore support.  Just in a different language :D 

https://github.com/Scarygami/discovery_api_dart_client_generator
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Founder at Woven. Drupal expert. Online communities, collaboration and the future of work.
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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.

I am passionate about information technology and the internet and especially about what I call "actionable" social networking. I believe that this whole social networking craze is giving way to powerful tools that will transform how organizations are formed and how they operate, resulting in efforts that are more global, can involve more people and are ultimately far more capable of solving the world's big problems.

I started my career in Seattle and then lived in New York City before recently moving to Miami.
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