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Linux #dartlang hackers – we'd love your feedback.
 
Anyone using 32-bit Dartium on Linux?

We're tracking updates to the Chrome world and they have stopped releasing 32-bit Chrome for Linux as of March.

It'd be more work than we'd like to maintain 32-bit Dartium – but I wanted to check on community interest before we pull the plug.
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The Maps booth at I/O runs this sleek Dart + Angular 2 app. It shows the current position of buses for attendees, as well as schedules, and animates between different views of the Bay Area.

+Brett Morgan made it. The code will be open source.
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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.

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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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+Nane Kratzke teaches web programming at the Lübeck University of Applied Sciences. With Dart.
Nane Kratzke is a professor of Computer Science at the Lübeck University of Applied Sciences in North Germany. He conducts cloud computing research at the university’s Center of Excellence for Communications, Systems, and App...
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There are several places in the #dartlang ecosystem where we needed a abstraction for two-way communication.

+Natalie Weizenbaum delivers again – and unboxed her work for us – pkg/stream_channel
The stream_channel package is the youngest I’ve written about so far—the first version was published on 28 January 2016, only three months ago as I write this! But despite its youth, it fills a very important role in the Dart...
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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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+Samuel Schwebel -- I love Polymer, but one key advantage Angular has is that it's available in Dart, while Polymer is just thinly wrapped JavaScript. You can really feel the difference as you code.

Incidentally, if you're interested in using both together, as I often do, check out the many tutorials to that effect on https://dart.academy
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The two Dart #io16  codelabs are now available online:

Dart + Angular2: Try the Tech Stack Powering the Next Generation of AdWordshttps://goo.gl/QYucP4

Build Cross-Platform Firebase Apps with Flutterhttps://goo.gl/Qd6qBL
Build the app shown in this screenshot! This code lab walks you through the process of building a simple web app with Dart and Angular 2. You don't need to know Dart, Angular, or web programming to complete this code lab, but we do assume you have some programming experience.
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Connect directly to the Dart VM for some powerful tooling possibilities.

http://news.dartlang.org/2016/05/unboxing-packages-vmserviceclient.html
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 stream_channel. This week I’ll complete the trifecta by writing about the vm_service_clie...
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Learn how to keep your JSON RPC 2.0 code dead simple with the json_rpc_2 package.

Both client and server are supported, and you can wrap any kind of channel (WebSockets, isolates, what have you).
Last week I wrote about the stream_channel package for two-way communication, so this week it seemed natural to move to a package that uses it: json_rpc_2. This is an implementation of the JSON-RPC 2.0 specification, which is...
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We had a big focus on tooling stability and performance in #dartlang 1.16 - get it now!
Dart 1.16 is now available. This release includes important updates to our tools. Faster developer tools In this release, we've been working closely with our internal customers to make sure Dart is even more productive for...
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Unboxing the async package, Part 3

This concludes the "what can the async package do for me?" trilogy by +Natalie Weizenbaum:

● Part 1: Individual values¹ (AsyncMemoizer, Result, CancelableOperation, ...)
● Part 2: Streams² (LazyStream, StreamSplitter, SubscriptionStream, ...)
● Part 3: Misc³ (Wrappers, RestartableTimer, StreamQueue, ...)

If you like these, you will also like the rest of the Unboxing Packages series:
http://news.dartlang.org/search/label/Unboxing%20Packages

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[1]: http://news.dartlang.org/2016/03/unboxing-packages-async-part-1.html
[2]: http://news.dartlang.org/2016/03/unboxing-packages-async-part-2.html
[3]: Yep, that's this one.
We’ve covered individual values and we’ve covered streams, but there are still a few more goodies available in the async package. These don’t fit neatly in either bucket, but when you run into situations that call for them, t...
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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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