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Filip Hráček
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Google employee in the Dart team; gamebooks and pancakes enthusiast
Google employee in the Dart team; gamebooks and pancakes enthusiast

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Včera jsem bral návštěvníka z ČR, který ještě nikdy nebyl v USA, na Vista Slope. Na vrcholu kopce na nás čekalo 5 - slovy pět - orlů.

Not bad, America, not bad.

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Porting filiph.github.io/prime_finder from AngularDart to +Flutter took me 2 hours. Seen here on Android and iOS simulators.

And it's worth saying that the app uses isolates to compute the prime numbers on a separate thread. On the web it's compiled to a WebWorker.
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Flutter! Do you want to slightly rotate your whole app to annoy your user? Yes you can!

For me this is a VERY good sign. If I can do things like this, I will be able to do anything. And it's pretty straightforward too.

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Na Shoreline Boulevard přede mnou auto na elektrický pohon s poznávací značkou LOLWATT. A tušíte správně, že to byla Tesla.

Kdo by na střední tušil, že jednou tahle jména budou cool.

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Yep, it's that time of the year for my twitter bot.
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Just published this week's Dart Language and Library newsletter.

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While the avant-garde of webdesign is all about brutalism,¹ Nielsen Norman Group finds that pages with strong clickability signifiers (the oft hated skeuomorphic design, basically) are actually better for usability.

On a page with flat design, users takes 22% more time to find their click target, and look at 25% more elements to get there. Those are surprisingly high differences, especially when you see how minimal the differences were.

https://www.nngroup.com/articles/flat-ui-less-attention-cause-uncertainty/

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[1]: See my link from last week: http://whatusersdo.com/blog/17-brutalist-websites-to-challenge-and-divide/

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If you're in the business of writing documentation,¹ Google has an awesome gift for you today. There is an insane amount of work behind this document. It's like Material Design, for docs.

You may not agree with some of the guide's recommendations — but that's exactly the point of a style guide. Without it, nobody ever completely agrees with anyone else. With it, nobody still ever completely agrees with anyone else — but in the end they defer to the style guide (and the result is consistent documentation that reads well).

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[1]: If you're writing code, especially open source code, then you are.

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The version of Angular most heavily used at Google just got better. Cleaner, faster, smaller. #dartlang #angular

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