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The Dart 1.2 stable-channel release includes improved debugging, faster networking, and Angular support in the Editor. Be sure to also check out the release notes for the specifics: https://groups.google.com/a/dartlang.org/d/msg/announce/Pm0DH7B6V6Y/BDD-ArOJsf4J  Enjoy!

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With the 1.2 release, the Dart team continues its commitment to regular, compatible updates to our core runtime and tools. This release includes improved debugging, faster networking, and Angular support in the Editor. Debugg...
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Using a Polymer element with an Angular controller. A first look at building an Angular app that uses a Polymer element. This is a dead-simple app. I will keep experimenting with combining Angular and Polymer.  #dartlang  , #angulardart   #polymerdart  
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Good point +Justin Fagnani . angular_node_bind looks really interesting. I'll play with it.
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Added some more Angular Dart examples (see https://github.com/dart-lang/dart_by_example#angular-dart). Starting to work on routing and views in Angular. #dartlang   #angulardart  
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Getting nicer and nicer!
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Dart 1.1 is here!
 
We've released a new Dart SDK v1.1, featuring up to 25% faster JavaScript, new UDP support for servers, more breakpoint locations in Dart Editor, and new docs for command-line and server-side Dart apps. Download the new stable release from https://www.dartlang.org/tools/ and have fun building awesome modern mobile web apps with Dart!
Better performance, more features, and improved tools mark the 1.1 release of Dart. Just two months after the 1.0 release, this new release delivers a set of compatible updates that makes applications easier to develop and fa...
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I've been doing it for years and it really works. A bit tiring, though.
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This is really puzzling. No matter the complexities of the health care system, users are basically being asked to fill out a form. Or a series of forms. That's it. I'll be curious to know why the code base is so huge.
 
I'll be the first to admit I don't know the full technical complexity of the health care systems... but this graphic seems indicative of more fundamental problems [1].

I've been enjoying listening to all the discussions of the challenges of running the exchanges and handling higher than expected traffic but, really, these problems are all solvable (and completely avoidable in the first place). Obama said healthcare.gov has already had 20 million hits [2], with only ~2% of those people actually making it through the signup process [3]. As a point of comparison, Google searches the entire internet in a fraction of a second over 5 billion times a day [4].

I suspect the health care system was farmed out piecemeal to the lowest bidders, and most companies aren't good at writing software at this kind of scale.

It's unfortunate that the rollout of ACA is being overshadowed by completely avoidable technical issues. And, how quickly are you going to solve issues spread across 500 million lines of code?

[1] http://www.alexmarchant.com/blog/2013/10/22/healthcare-dot-gov-lines-of-code-comparison.html
[2] http://swampland.time.com/2013/10/22/americans-losing-faith-in-obamacare/
[3] http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/10/20/we-know-476000-obamacare-applications-have-started-we-dont-know-how-many-will-finish/ reports 476,000 applications in progress
[4] http://www.statisticbrain.com/google-searches/
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Moar samples!
 
We've added a few more samples to the dartlang.org/samples page. Here is what is covered in today's release:
** Image filters in Canvas
** A simple WebSockets example
** HTML5 Drag and Drop
** Files API

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Important Angular Dart commit that adds a default @MirrorsUsed. Thank you, +James deBoer .

https://github.com/angular/angular.dart/commit/1fd1bd07d5f202c8d96db511d76db0c3ff6d63ed

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+Michael Dawkins Yes, this is to enable tree shaking and to improve the size and performance of the JavaScript output. 
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More Angular Dart examples. I'm completely new to how routing works in Angular Dart, so it took a while to figure this stuff out. More routing examples to follow sometime soon.  See the code at https://github.com/dart-lang/dart_by_example#routing
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+Nick Floros I think its a good idea. I don't know if anyone is porting AngularUI to Dart.
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More Angular Dart examples. These examples deal with Angular Components. I found it pleasantly easy to apply my knowledge of components from the Polymer world to Angular and have it all just work. These examples use Angular version 0.9.3.  I'll update to 0.9.4 soon.   #dartlang   #angulardart  
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oh guys, thank you for this!
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I'm starting to learn Angular Dart. Here are the first few examples that I added to the dart_lang/dart_by_example repo. These examples deal with bindings to make forms work in Angular. I'll be adding examples showing how Angular Dart uses Web Components next. #dartlang   #angulardart  
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+Shailen Tuli You are my hero! I started yesterday reading about AngularDart, but so far not much material out there. Would be awesome if you could port your polymer.dart examples to AngularDart!
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Calling all Dart developers building production apps

If you use Dart for a production app, or are currently building a production app with Dart, we have a few short questions for you. Please take < 2 minutes to share with us here: http://goo.gl/2jbh5r (google form)

On behalf of the Dart team, thanks in advance for the help. We know everyone is busy, and we appreciate your time.

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Works at Google, writes Dart, working on Dart Cookbook.
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I am a Developer Programs Engineer at Google, working on the Dart project. You can find me lurking on the Dartisans G+ community, and on StackOverflow.
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