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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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Still got lots of work to do, but Dartino is getting pretty useful. #dartlang #dartino 
The experimental open-source project Dartino enables you to write software for embedded systems using the modern Dart language and a set of libraries, that let you be highly productive. So why not …
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I have been using Atom quite a bit lately - mostly for Flutter and Dartino apps - and the Dart plugin has come a long way. Give it a shot! #dartlang
 
So you want to start writing web apps, progressive web apps, server apps, command-line utilities, mobile apps, and IoT programs with Dart, right? Of course you do! It's a fantastic developer experience. But first you need to set up your development environment, and I'm here to show you how you can do that for the low, low price of free, using the planet's most hackable code editor, Atom.

#gde #article #dartlang
So you want to start writing web apps, progressive web apps, server apps, command-line utilities, mobile apps, and IoT programs with Dart, right? Of course you do! It's a fantastic developer experience. But first you need to set up your development environment, and I'm here to show you how you
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Here's the interview we promised earlier this week. We talked with Joshy Joseph, the primary tech lead on the new AdWords UI.

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> So a couple of years ago, when we were starting to think about building a new version of AdWords with much improved UI and performance, we took a fresh look at the tech stack. We wanted to use the opportunity to upgrade to a modern infrastructure that will serve us well for the next 7+ years.

But do read the whole article and tell us what you think or what you'd like to read next.
Google just announced a re-designed AdWords experience. In case you’re not familiar with AdWords: businesses use it to advertise on google.com and partner websites. Advertising makes up majority of Google’s revenue, so when G...
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Dart is currently leading the Slant on "What are the best languages that compile to JavaScript?", followed by Haxe and TypeScript.
Get the answer to "What are the best languages that compile to JavaScript?" See a list of the top 26 options and learn their pros and cons.
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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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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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+James Salsman definitely email flutter-dev@googlegroups.com and we'll do what we can to help. Thanks!
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New Dartino version released

We've just released version of 0.4.0 of the Dartino SDK. That means that we now have better support for the micro-controller based STM32F746 discovery board, including networking and more useful interoperability with C code.

Dartino is an experimental project that enables you to write software for embedded systems with much higher productivity than existing native approaches. It includes the popular FreeRTOS embedded OS and it comes with (a few) board support packages and configurations. With that, you can have code running on actual hardware in less than a minute.

Like the rest of the Dart ecosystem, but unlike lots of other embedded offerings, Dartino is free and open-source.

https://dartino.org/

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Peek into the inner workings of Flutter (flutter.io). #dartlang
 
For today's update, I give you: a video about Flutter!

We've started recording the occasional tech talk about Flutter's technology stack. We're more or less covering topics at random; in this talk I mostly try to answer the frequently asked question "Why does StatelessWidget have a build function on its widget while StatefulWidget has its build function on its State". Adam has a talk prepared where he goes through and explains our rendering pipeline, which hopefully I'll be able to share with you in a few weeks. If there's specific topics you think would benefit from this kind of approach, please don't hesitate to leave a comment.

I'm hoping to turn this talk into a document at some point. I have the speakers notes, which are more or less what I said in the video, it's just a matter of getting the time to do it.

Here's the video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkyY9WCGMi0
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The new AdWords front-end is built with Dart.

Coming soon: an interview with the technical lead of the project about why they chose Dart.
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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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Dart 1.13 is now available. With this release, you can more easily access JavaScript APIs from Dart code. We've also improved secure network

Highlights from the TC52 meeting on September 21, 2015
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Last month we had the 9th TC52 meeting where we discussed a number of additional language features for Dart. Below is a list of the main fea

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Dart 1.12.0 is now released! It contains the new null-aware operators language feature, and enhancements to pub, Observatory, dartdoc, and m

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Back in May, we announced the release of DartPad 1.0, a clean and zero-install tool that helps you explore Dart. To create a seamless learni

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Three new language features just landed in the latest dev channel build of the Dart! Collectively known as null-aware operators, these new f

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