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Kasper Lund
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"A scrollable Contacts View containing widgets representing each contact will be implemented along the article writing just 74 lines of [Flutter] code"
The third post about Flutter will focus on explaining how to build a list of items. A scrollable Contacts View containing widgets…
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Everything is coming together nicely. #dartlang
 
Wanna build a real-time chat web app that supports Google authentication and both text and image messages, all without writing a single line of server-side code? Sure ya do.

#gde #dartlang #angular #firebase #article
In this tutorial, you're going to build a real-time chat web app that supports Google authentication and both text and image messages, and you're going to do it without writing a single line of server-side code. "But how?" you may exclaim. Dart, with its comprehensive core libraries and well-honed syntax,
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This is also a really good use case for real-time firebase db. Probably the best I have seen. 
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StageXL has come a long way! #dartlang
 
StageXL lets you make online HTML5 games and animations in Dart. The API is almost identical to that of Adobe Flash but it's open source and works in any modern browser without any need for a plugin.

http://www.stagexl.org/

And it runs fast: http://www.stagexl.org/demos/performance.html

The new version is out and it supports Spine v3.4, which allows for things like the tread animation in the gif below.

http://www.stagexl.org/show/spine/tank/example.html

Kudos to +Bernhard Pichler, the author of the package.
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Dartino SDK 0.5: Lots of progress, lots of possibilities. I have been writing a few sample apps lately and it is pretty exciting to see how much easier it is to develop for the supported STM32 boards using a managed and approachable language.

#dartino #dartlang 
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Okay, never heard of it before, look great indeed!
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Quite the haircut...

(no, no, I didn't actually enter the building, but I thought the name of the clinic was pretty funny in a German soccer player from the mid-eighties kind of way...) 
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The Permanente is also a Danish beach ... 😊
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Ready to try Dart in a mobile context?

Flutter (http://flutter.io) is an early-stage open-source project that help developers build high-performance, high-fidelity, mobile apps for iOS and Android from a single codebase, but you probably already knew that.

What you may not know is that Flutter has a new codelab available that will teach you how to build an app and hook it up to a realtime database (Firebase). Try it out and give us some feedback!

#dartlang #flutter
The Flutter SDK is currently available as a technology preview release. We welcome your feedback. Flutter is an open source framework for creating high-performance, high-fidelity native mobile apps for iOS and Android. The Flutter framework makes it easy for you to build user interfaces that ...
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finally !!!!!!! <3 flutter!! dart is my 'pokemon go'
my goal: catch all them bugs and be the best coder in the world xD
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Looks like I will need to prepare a talk soon... #dartlang 
The Dart Developer Summit is only 5 weeks ahead, and we’re excited about its agenda: 17 talks, many demos, 25 speakers, plus a lightning talks session and a panel discussion. Expect the full program soon on the site, but here...
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+Kim Rostgaard Christensen Looks like I'm signed up to give the opening keynote. Can't wait!
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There is now a heavily used language and framework combination built in Dart by Dart developers for Dart developers: Angular 2 for Dart. Dig into the source here: https://github.com/dart-lang/angular2. #dartlang
 
Angular 2 for Dart is the language+framework combo used heavily at Google. From now on it's going to be pure Dart. This is amazing news for Dart developers because:

● The framework will feel more like idiomatic Dart.
● It will make use of Dart features that couldn't work with the TypeScript flavor.
● It will be faster.
Bonus: We'll be able to release the Material Design components Google uses in production. They are purely Dart.

Read more on news.dartlang.org.
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http://news.dartlang.org/2015/06/null-aware-operators-and-generalized.html
After seeing this kind of proposal, I would say I don't like the way you all are putting more and more stuff in the language. It would force me to move away from the language. Also, many new languages are removing ugly things like ternary expressions and pre-post increments. But, Dart still has this ugly stuff. Nobody should use this ugly unreadable stuff. Dart is too much biased with keeping syntax similar Javascript and not innovating. Can't you keep it simple like Go and still beautiful like Scala? I don't want to give an opinion, though. Just saying.
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Take a look at our new web sites! We'd appreciate feedback - both negative and positive - from the Dartisans of the world.
Today we simplified dartlang.org, making it reflect the current state of the project a little bit better. We have www.dartlang.org for the fundamental Dart technologies—the language itself and the core libraries. And then we ...
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+Filip Hráček Be cool to see the site running on the dart-google-cloud-platform, using MDL; and with significant client performance gains with SVG ahead, some modest language visualization, animated posters take note. Since your documentation style-guide stuff is excellent, fine amp-articles await showing how you built it; clean precision, like one might use in current everyday use.

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Here, have full interop facade packages for the two most popular WebGL frameworks:

BabylonJS Facade
https://github.com/blockforest/babylonjs-dart-facade

ThreeJS Facade
https://github.com/blockforest/threejs-dart-facade

Demos inside. Converted from TypeScript with https://github.com/blockforest/dts-converter

#3Dart
Contribute to babylonjs-dart-facade development by creating an account on GitHub.
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Dan is having too much fun with Dartino and a few ARM-based microcontrollers. #dartlang #dartino
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Dart 1.17 is now available. Get it now! We continued the work from 1.16 of working closely with some of our key users at Google to make sure Dart is even more productive for developers. We've additionally optimized how our co...
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Dart Developer Summit announcements: AngularDart 2.0 and more
news.dartlang.org

The Dart Developer Summit is only 5 weeks ahead, and we’re excited about its agenda: 17 talks, many demos, 25 speakers, plus a lightning tal

Configuring Static Analysis using an Analysis Options File
news.dartlang.org

Static analysis allows you to find problems before executing a single line of code. It’s a powerful tool used to prevent bugs and ensure tha

So Long, Symlinks!
news.dartlang.org

Long ago, back in the dawn of time, when nary a Dart file was to be found outside of the SDK repository, imports in Dart only supported file

Dart 1.19: Improved developer experiences
news.dartlang.org

Dart 1.19 is now available. Get it now! We closely collaborate with the Flutter team on providing the best developer experience for Dart for

Dart 1.18: Laying foundations
news.dartlang.org

Dart 1.18 is now available. Go get it! The team has been focused on implementation details over the last six weeks. The API changes to the S

AngularDart is going all Dart
news.dartlang.org

Until now, the multiple language flavors of Angular 2 were written as TypeScript source, and then automatically compiled to both JavaScript

Changes at dartlang.org
news.dartlang.org

Today we simplified dartlang.org, making it reflect the current state of the project a little bit better. We have www.dartlang.org for the f

Dartino ... overnight success?
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I joined Object Technology International (OTI) in the mid 90's, leveraging my Smalltalk and engineering background, to work in their embedde

Dart 1.17: More performance improvements
news.dartlang.org

Dart 1.17 is now available. Get it now! We continued the work from 1.16 of working closely with some of our key users at Google to make sure

Unboxing Packages: vm_service_client
news.dartlang.org

Three weeks ago, I wrote about the stream_channel package. Two weeks ago, I wrote about the json_rpc_2 package which is built on top of stre

Dart 1.16: Faster tools, updated HTML APIs
news.dartlang.org

Dart 1.16 is now available. This release includes important updates to our tools. Faster developer tools In this release, we've been working

LLVM Project Blog: My Little LLVM: Undefined Behavior is Magic!
blog.llvm.org

There's been lots of discussion online (and then quite some more) about compilers abusing undefined behavior. As a response the LLVM compile

The new AdWords UI uses Dart — we asked why
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Google just announced a re-designed AdWords experience. In case you’re not familiar with AdWords: businesses use it to advertise on google.c

Dart 1.15: Updated Dartium and improved live code analysis
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Dart 1.15 is now available. This release includes important updates to our tools. Updated Dartium version Dartium has been updated from Chro

Unboxing Packages: string_scanner
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Parsing is tricky. There’s the high-level question of what parsing system you use—a parser generator? A handwritten recursive descent? Parse

Dart 1.14 continues to improve core APIs and tools
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Dart 1.14 is now available. This release contains a number of additions and improvements across our core libraries and our tools. Progress t

Unboxing Packages: collection
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I often find myself working with a class of Dart packages I like to think of as core library expansion packs. They aren’t the splashiest, th

How Google Uses Angular 2 with Dart
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Cross-post from the Angular blog. Google is always busy building new web apps, and recently a lot of that development is using Angular 2 for

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