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A Dart implementation of Material Design Lite, which is a pure html and css implementation of material design for the web. Check it out!
 
Material Design Lite/Dart (MDL/Dart) is out: http://www.material-design-lite.pub/ Please check it out. Help is welcome. Source: https://goo.gl/UMiJlQ
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Feels very sluggish on LG G3 w latest Chrome.
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"Dart is a faster, modern language built to scale to millions of lines of code. Redstone is just one of many frameworks for the server that make your life as a developer easier, but it’s among my favorites because it makes great use of Dart’s code annotation features to reduce the amount of boilerplate required to set up complex server interactions."
Monty Rasmussen demonstrates how you can harvest all the benefits of Node.js (plus a few more) when you use Dart and the Redstone framework on the server.
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Code completion for Dart code in Sublime just landed! Huge news for Sublime + Dart users!

Big thanks to +Guillermo López-Anglada for working on this. And of course to the Dart Analysis Server team for providing the back-end service that powers this new feature.
 
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New version of the Sublime Text Dart plugin available!

This is quite a big release. Read all about it here:

https://github.com/guillermooo/dart-sublime-bundle/releases/tag/1.5.0
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This is great :)

Someday we will tell our grand grand children about the old times before lightweight text editors had great semantic autocompletion. They will just shake their heads in disbelief :)
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Spotted at the googleplex. Awesome Dart laptop cover from +Kenneth Endfinger
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i prefer the standard 'dart' logo...
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If you are a Dart developer on Windows, try the Scoop installer to make it easy to download and upgrade the Dart SDK!
 
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Dart is now (up-to-date) in scoop!

Scoop installs software from the command line on Windows.

http://scoop.sh/

The dart package was quite old, so I've updated it with the latest stable version. Once you've installed scoop, you can get it like this:

scoop update
scoop install dart

The dart dev channel should be available soon too via the scoop extras bucket. To get it:

scoop bucket add extras
scoop install dart-dev

Hope you like it! :)
Scoop installs the tools you know and love. scoop install curl. Get comfortable on the Windows command line. Looking for familiar Unix tools? Tired of Powershell's Verb-Noun verbosity? Scoop helps you get the programs you need, with a minimal amount of point-and-clicking.
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+Don Olmstead sorry, I don't know. Maybe ask on the original post?
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Learned a neat trick today. You can encode a Dart script as a data: URI and pass that to spawnUri. No need to dynamically construct a Dart script, save it to a temp file, just to spawn it.
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nice trick, until we get builder mirrors.. (or just plain eval ;-))
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I just finished a blog post about modular unidirectional data flow in Dart and React. We're using this pattern on a new project we started at Mixbook. I hope you'll find it useful when building Dart apps with React.
I've been experimenting with Dart and React over the last few months, and as part of these experiments, I've been using a pattern that's inspired by Elm to structure data flow. With this pattern, your application is split up into modules that follow a specific convention.
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Very nice! Thanks for sharing.
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Just got my copy of Dart Essentials by Martin Sikora. Covers Dart 1.9 and the new async syntax, observatory, and much more. Looking forward to reading it. 
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Agree +Valentyn Shybanov, it calls for a new paradigm for publishing tech books. Perhaps eBooks that promise to stay current for 1 year, if not more. The authors and publishers should ensure that.
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Loving this book. If you like science and adventure, check it out. Thanks to +Kevin Moore and +Dan Rubel for the recommendation!
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Thanks for the recommendation.  Definitely the most exciting book about a potato farmer that I have ever read.
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Automatic code summarization when sharing snippets from Dart Pad!
 
DartPad is now able to summarize your code when sharing! All shared code on gist will now contain summarization texts that are generated based on associated code. Developers also have the option to edit the summaries before sharing.
The recent release of the DartPad build has also added UI updates and upgraded the backend servers to the latest Dart SDK - 1.10.1. Let us know what you think.

Check it out at https://dartpad.dartlang.org/.
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Can we save dartpads to our own github account yet instead of anonymous gists?
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Want to deploy your Dart server apps to Google Cloud Compute? Want Continuous integration and deployment?

Well you are in luck!

Check out my new post

https://medium.com/@faisalabid/deploying-dart-onto-google-compute-engine-with-continuous-integration-and-deployment-using-codeship-90cc45d6652e
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So, yeah, this is Atom editor code completing Dart code!

Thanks to https://github.com/radicaled/dart-tools and the Dart analysis server (which also powers Eclipse plugin, WebStorm, DartPad, and Sublime).
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Seth is a web engineer and Product Manager at Google, helping developers of all sizes launch awesome modern web apps with Dart. He produced Aloha on Rails, the Hawaii Ruby on Rails and Web Development Conference, and New Game, the conference for HTML5 game developers. He helped release Angry Birds for the web. Seth co-authored the Expert Spring MVC book and Dart Up & Running.
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    Product Manager, 2014 - present
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    Developer Advocate, 2010 - 2014
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Crowded with tourists. Yes, I know I was a tourist when I visited. But just felt like a weird mix of old and commercial. A good central meeting place but otherwise there are quieter and quainter and more authentic places in Bruges.
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Lots of flavor of ice cream. They also make fresh waffles with different toppings. Clean place right on the corner. Recommended if you want a treat.
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Wonderful stay. Breakfast was delicious. Room was spacious and very clean. Host was extremely gracious and helpful. Highly recommended if you are looking for a b&b.
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Food was good, we had two different kinds of pizza. But service was sub par. We had to really work to get their attention. If the place is quiet or empty, stop by. If it's crowded, try another place.
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Go here for the beer, because they have 400 to pick from. It's strength is the beer selection, not as a restaurant. They do serve food but it was only ok.
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"Ok" is the best way I can describe our experience. Trip was about an hour and I felt like we saw a lot of the canals and port. However, it was a covered boat and we didn't get a real sense of the city. Also, they give everyone very cheap headphones to listen to prerecorded narratives, and everyone just throws out the headphones at the end of the tour. Very wasteful. I'd recommend finding an open air boat tour with live narration.
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Focused on the person as much as the art. Really enjoyed the layout and the audio tour. Not that big so we were able to enjoy everything without getting overwhelmed. Nice cafe to end our day. Highly recommended even if you don't consider yourself an art person.
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