I really think this issue would be great for #dartlang , but it's development seems to have been stalled for some reason, maybe not enough stars? I think Polymer 1.0 is really closing in now, meaning even more js Polymer components will appear soon that we want to reuse in Dart programs, if you agree, go ahead and give it a star!
Even if no code is written I think maybe the biggest part of this issue is to complete the "rough plan" that they currently have for how to do this. I think the design of how to handle this the best way is the hardest part. I don't think the implementation of this will be effected too much of the Polymer 1.0 release, there are lots of js components of the same version as Dart's that could be used during development.
Yeah, the custom-element-apigen is cool, but it does not really solve the issue for the average Dart programmer.
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Don't forget to check out the video on using Observatory for Debugging and Profiling from the Dart Summit as well:
You can now do push notifications and add home screen icons for webapps
Interesting development indeed. :)
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If you wants charts for your #dartlang app, checkout the Charted package, used by the Ads team at Google.
I just sent in two pull requests to the Charted package. I must say that I had seen the package before, but at the same time missed it because the README did not catch my eyes enough to really download and try it out.
Talking to at the Dart Summit was a bit of an eye opener I must say. I downloaded the package today and it's very nice! It even provides a sleek demo so you can try out the different charts without even writing a single line of code. However, the README does not mention this, and the examples was in the web directory instead of the example dir. So that's what my 2 pull requests hope to fix.
Here is a link to the README with instructions (and screenshot) how to get started (note, for the current version of charted (before my pull request) skip "example" after pub run since they currently live in the web dir):
It was really fun to meet so many developers on the Dart team and all other Dart developers who attended the conference. There was so many interesting people there that I did not even get the chance to talk to everyone, but hey, there will be a new conference next year I'm sure.
Thanks to all you guys who gave talks, it was high quality right through. Thanks to all the organizers, the amount of work behind a conference like this should not be underestimated.
I'm looking forward to a great #dartlang year, it feels exciting and I'm believe the future of Dart looks bright than ever.
You will be able to watch the Panel discussion live on YouTube, along with all the sessions from the summit.
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