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Hey there!

I plan to write a testing page for www.dartlang. (It won't cover web testing, which would be covered on webdev.dartlang.) My page will mention package:test but it won't repeat the excellent info in the README written by Natalie.

I have testing questions for the community.

How do you use the tags in package:test? For example, I know a developer who uses the test package for integration testing. He tags those tests with a "long-running" tag, and doesn't include them in his set of default tests, which are regular unit type tests. When he wants to run the integration test (which kicks off a server and takes awhile to process), he manually specifies running tests that are tagged with "long-running".

Does anyone else do something like this? Do you have useful tips for testing? How do you perform integration testing? Perhaps you use the webdriver package to simulate user input? (Though, again, I'm not covering web testing.) Do you use package:test in some clever way?

I really appreciate your feedback!

https://pub.dartlang.org/packages/test

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Dart 1.22 is now available with faster tools, assert messages, covariant overrides, and more!

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Recording of my tech talk on how to build a fast compiler in Dart from Thursday January 12, 2017. Slides: https://goo.gl/YZ1Z9e.

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Andreas Kirsch built a Dart REPL (interactive interpreter) and wrote an enlightening article about it.

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Sound Dart and strong mode
As of the 1.19 release, Dart supports an optional mode, called strong mode , that supports stronger static typing. Strong mode helps you find bugs sooner and contributes to making Dart a sound language. To learn more about using strong mode to enable soundn...

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In 2016, Dart was both the fastest growing programming language at Google and the 2nd fastest growing in TIOBE Index.

We're going to celebrate by ... releasing 1.22 next week (as per our usual 6 week release schedule).

Thank you, community.

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Better tools, better reload experience.

Check it out!

#dartlang #flutter

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Generic methods and other language goodies in #dartlang 1.21



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Celebrating the @StageXL 1.0 launch? Check out our chat with +Bernhard Pichler. 
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