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Better than ever. #dartlang
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Cool! Very much looking forward to trying it today. I'll ask nitrous.io to update as well!
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Article in ACM Queue explains key Dart 1.9 features in great detail!
 
Here's an interesting article about Dart and the new extensions for asynchrony and generators that we're shipping shortly as part of Dart 1.9 (available today on our dev channel).

The Dart programming language has recently incorporated a set of extensions designed to support asynchrony and generator functions. Because Dart is a language for Web programming, latency is an important concern. To avoid blocking, developers must make methods asynchronous when computing their results requires nontrivial time. Generator functions ease the task of computing iterable sequences.

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Programming Languages · Download PDF version of this article. March 19, 2015. Volume 13, issue 3. Spicing Up Dart with Side Effects. A set of extensions to the Dart programming language, designed to support asynchrony and generator functions. Erik Meijer, Applied Duality; Kevin Millikin, Google; ...
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We're finally at a point where we can start sending out release candidates for 1.9. Thank you for your patience and feedback!
 
Dart 1.9 release candidate

Today, we have sent out a release candidate for Dart 1.9 to the dev channel: 1.9.0-dev.10.12. Take it for a spin, have fun with async* methods, and get ready for the upcoming stable release! #dartlang 

https://www.dartlang.org/tools/download-archive/
Download specific stable and dev channel versions of the Dart SDK, Dartium, Dart Editor, and the Dart API documentation.
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+Patrice Chalin not really sure. We're focused on getting 1.9 out the door. The clock is ticking to get off of Google Code Hosting. :)
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Angular and Dart sitting in a (source) tree. #dartlang 
You might have heard that Angular is going to be using TypeScript. This has lead to questions about the relationship between Angular and Dart. Let me see if I can help. First, Angular 1. Angular 1 JS is crazy popular. Mountai...
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Totally right. Dart is a first class supported language in Angular with great things coming in Angular 2.
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The stable release of Dart 1.9 is getting closer. Today, we shipped an update to the dev channel: 1.9.0-dev.9.1. We expect to ship a few more updates before we have the first release candidate ready, but do take the new dev channel release for a spin and let us know of any issues you run into.
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+Günter Zöchbauer thank you
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I've got a sneaking suspicion that Dart 1.9 is going to be pretty darn awesome. That is all. #dartlang  
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The new Analysis Server in 1.9.0-dev.8.4 does not work for me http://dartbug.com/22547
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If you're interested in joining us for a Dart event in Aarhus on June 3, you can register your attendance by following the link below. It's free but you'll need to register or log in using one of your social media accounts (if you've got one):

http://internetweekdenmark.com/events/dart-flight-school

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As part of Internet Week Denmark, we're hosting a Dart event in Aarhus on June 3, 2015 and you're all invited! We plan to give a technical presentation about Dart and spend some time hacking together, but if you've got good ideas for what you would like to learn more about, do not hesitate to let us know.

#dartlang  #iwdk
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+Kasper Lund cool, thanks! Maybe I can make it to the conference too!
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Here's an interesting article about Dart and the new extensions for asynchrony and generators that we're shipping shortly as part of Dart 1.9 (available today on our dev channel).

The Dart programming language has recently incorporated a set of extensions designed to support asynchrony and generator functions. Because Dart is a language for Web programming, latency is an important concern. To avoid blocking, developers must make methods asynchronous when computing their results requires nontrivial time. Generator functions ease the task of computing iterable sequences.

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Programming Languages · Download PDF version of this article. March 19, 2015. Volume 13, issue 3. Spicing Up Dart with Side Effects. A set of extensions to the Dart programming language, designed to support asynchrony and generator functions. Erik Meijer, Applied Duality; Kevin Millikin, Google; ...
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Very cool to see that Erik Meijer is working with Dart. I love all the videos he did on Microsoft's Channel 9.
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Kick the tires of our new browser-based Dart playground! #dartlang
 
I want to take the wrappers off Dart Pad, a browser-based Dart experience that +Luke Church and I have been working on. We like to think about it as a language playground; it can be used by new developers to have fun learning Dart, and by experienced Dart developers to quickly experiment with new ideas. Developers get live code analysis feedback and can see the code run right in their browser.

If you're on a laptop, check it out at https://dartpad.dartlang.org/. If you're on a mobile device, try https://dartpad.dartlang.org/mobile.html.

Dart Pad is in beta; feedback welcome (https://github.com/dart-lang/dart-pad/issues)! Some of our plans for future iterations include:

- improved support for sharing, via Github’s gists
- support for package: references
- merging the mobile and desktop UIs into one, material design based UI
- improved API exploration via integrated code completion and dartdoc documentation

Thanks for kicking the tires!
Dart Pad (alpha!) Samples, Bootstrap, Clock, Fibonacci, Helloworld, Helloworld Html, Solar, Spirodraw, Sunflower, WebSockets. Dart; HTML; CSS. Run. API documentation · Privacy policy.
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Mobile app looks great - except drawer slides out below code editor text. Trying to click to load a new demo causes keyboard to launch. Awesome work all around though!
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The stable release of Dart 1.9 is getting a lot closer. Today, we shipped an update to the dev channel: 1.9.0-dev.10.2. Take it for a spin and don't forget to enjoy async/sync*/async* methods, a better static analyzer, and much much more. 
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The stable release of Dart 1.9 is getting a lot closer. Today, we shipped an update to the dev channel: 1.9.0-dev.10.2. Take it for a spin and don't forget to enjoy async/sync*/async* methods, a better static analyzer, and much much more. #dartlang 
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+Andrew Mezoni Thanks for the feedback! The analysis server is enabled by default, but it sounds like the menus used to control it aren't working properly. The line width settings apparently also need more work.
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Think you could make it to Aarhus on June 3? We're planning a Dart event as part of Internet Week Denmark and you're all invited. 
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I want be there. Who goes?
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Dart 1.9: The release you’ve been await-ing for
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Asynchronous programming is everywhere – user interaction, network access, file I/O. Dart simplifies and enhances these scenarios with the 1

Create your own REST API with Dart
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We created Dart to help make developers as productive as possible. While we were building Dart Pad (a browser-based app to help developers l

Announcing Dart Developer Summit Sessions and Registration
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We invite you to Register Now to connect with Dart engineers and developers at the first Dart Developer Summit, April 28-29 in San Francisco

Highlights from the TC52 meeting on Feb 24, 2015
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At the last TC52 meeting on Feb 24, 2015, we discussed a number of additional language features for Dart - including async, tear-offs and nu

Angular.ts.js.at.dart.wtf
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You might have heard that Angular is going to be using TypeScript. This has lead to questions about the relationship between Angular and Dar

Evolving the Dart language with Dart Enhancement Proposals
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In July 2014, Ecma published the first version of the Dart language specification. Ecma TC52 continues to release updated versions with new

How I Learned to Stop Worrying, and Love Dart - Matt Briggs
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Darts history is a little spotty, to put it lightly. When it came out, Google billed it as the JavaScript killer (which it’s not), followed

Happy to be Dart Google Developer Expert!
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It's a big pleasure for me to say, that I recently became Google Developer Expert (GDE) for Dart language. Who are the Google Experts? Short

An interview with the author of Mastering Dart
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Dart is more than just a language. The Dart SDK contains a robust core library (with async classes, collections, reflection and more), HTML

Irregexp, the Dart VM's new RegExp implementation
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Crafting regular expressions, or regexps, is an art form. They are a powerful way to search through and pattern-match strings. To give our d

An interview with the author of Dart for Absolute Beginners
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There are many books about the Dart language and libraries, but most assume some knowledge of programming. For people that are brand new to

My 2014 in Side Projects | Observational Hazard
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Inspired by similar posts, I decided to recount my last year in side projects. This is helpful for me because it puts the year in perspectiv

Enums and Async primitives in Dart
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Support for enums, async, and deferred loading are now officially part of the 2nd revision of the Ecma-408 standard, the Dart Programming La

Book Review - 'Mastering Dart'
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There's a steadily growing number of Dart books. Is 'Mastering Dart?' by Sergey Akopkokhyants worthy of a place on your bookshelf? Find out

Dart 1.8: library improvements and experimental support for enums
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Would you like to try out Dart’s upcoming support for enums? In Dart Editor under Tools > Preferences > Experimental you can “Enable Enums S

Running Dart server applications on Google Cloud Platform
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Today you can develop and deploy Dart server applications that run on the Google App Engine Managed VMs beta. The productivity of the Dart l

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