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Charly Poly
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Front end Developer (Ninja), Guitariste (h).
Front end Developer (Ninja), Guitariste (h).

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Angular : “url shortcuts”
- A nice $http interceptor use-case

https://medium.com/french-make-beautiful/angular-fancy-configuration-tip-7210cde2b25f

+AngularJS 

Hi Dartisans !

I've got an question for you.
I'm using `pub serve` in development environment  to develop a web application.

The problem is that pub serve/build don't generate source maps files ( as dart2js do) , and it can be very painful for debugging..

Do you know if there is any way to enable that ?

Thanks a lot !

#dart   #sourcemaps  

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Got my hands on a Nexus 5 this week... popped in my TMobile SIM and was greeted with a nice "LTE" indicator - nice, time to run some tests!

My LTE + Nexus 5 connection gets better throughput than my wired Comcast plan! I wish the connection was symmetric (upload vs. download), but 13Mbps uplink is nonetheless a good start - it's enough to stream HD video directly from my phone! On the other hand, latency is about 2x compared to wired connection.. This isn't surprising, but nonetheless, as far as mobile carrier networks go, ~50ms is directly in the target zone for LTE.

Of course, latency is the primary bottleneck for web browsing... so we can't just say that the LTE connection is "faster" than my wired Comcast, but even with that, this is really impressive stuff.
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