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Raph Alves

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Now that Chrome Dev Editor is officially no longer being maintained, does the Dart team have any plans to bring the Dart VM or the dart2js tool to Chrome OS?
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seb mitchell's profile photoRaph Alves's profile photo
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If I wanted to use Linux I would've bought a regular laptop. This is not the solution Chrome OS users are looking for.
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Faisal Abid

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Does anyone know of any performance hit if you run --enable-vm-service=<port>/<IP address> in production?
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Cost of --enable-vm-service is HTTP srrver
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Super useful tool to create gh-pages from your pub build, this has saved me a lot of time. 
Pub is a package manager for the Dart programming language.
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Andres Araujo Azua's profile photoHeikki Lappalainen's profile photoMonty Rasmussen's profile photoGuillaume Girou's profile photo
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This comes to need.  I have read much of this SavedMeALotOfTime -phenomen, but it newer hit me :)
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Faisal Abid

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Hey Dartisans, anyone here playing with Angular 2.0 yet? Running into a really weird issue with the transformer.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/31062566/angular-2-0-dart-with-transformer-and-router
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Jack Murphy's profile photoMatan Lurey's profile photo
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The router is missing reflection data since it hasn't been marked with @Injectable. You can probably hotfix this locally.
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John Davis

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Is anyone having trouble w/ websockets on Win8?  Haven't made any code changes lately.  My server, www.checkersorchess.com, is suddenly returning "invalid websocket upgrade request" to my win 8 box (chrome and IE), but my iphone still works fine.  What gives?
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I've only run my Dart servers that use WebSockets on Win 8... They've always worked fine.
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Has anyone had trouble `pub publish`ing? It's been timing out for me after 60 seconds the past two days
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Robert Åkerblom-Andersson's profile photoAnders Holmgren's profile photo
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I saw a lot on my appengine app (backlog.io) a while back. Seems to be a glitch in appengine / managed vms. Not sure if this is the same issue for pub - just guessing
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richard schmidt

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On Wednesday I gave a talk on Dart to the Wellington Java Users Group. Here is a link to the slides I used.   https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1o949QkBXQqaK0Kw5dveoXtuDSAFpsqxMwMRwfnsz0VY/edit?usp=sharing 

This was the second time I gave the talk - I did a dry-run with my development department at work  - so the JUG talk was pretty easy to give except that I could not get a discussion going afterwards - unlike at work where my main problem was getting everyone to shut up!  

I am now trying to pluck up the courage to give the talk to local Javascript group - now that will be hard!  

I hope that I will be able to publish a video in the future. 
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Complete with Basil Fawlty reference :-)
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Ümit Seren

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Although currently not relevent to Dart (because initially WebAssembly will focus on C++ code), it will be interesting how it will affect the web stack in the future. It seems to be a joint effort of various teams from Google (PNACL), Mozilla (asm.js) and Microsoft. 

FAQ: https://github.com/WebAssembly/design/blob/master/FAQ.md#will-webassembly-support-view-source-on-the-web 
tl;dr I'm burying the lede with context and catch-up material first, so impatient or already-clued-in readers should skip to below the videos for today's big news. Or just read Luke Wagner's blog post right now. My Fluent 2015 “ECMAScript Harmony: Rise of the Compilers” talk given on April 21st: ...
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Ümit Seren's profile photoAnders Holmgren's profile photogeorge oloo's profile photoSuguru Inatomi (laco0416)'s profile photo
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So that begs the question - given that neither js nor wasm are ideal compile targets for dart, what would such an ideal target look like?

I think everyone wants the sort of multi language options you get for native dev on the web. But the constraints are different
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mark anthony

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What are the features of dart sdk 1.11 dev
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mark anthony's profile photoSeth Ladd's profile photo
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I don't think .packages will make it to 1.11 unfortunately. We're working on it, though!
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Peter StJ

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How do you guys proceed when the name of a package is already taken but you still want to publish? Do you come up with a funny name for your package or there is another way? (assuming pull request is not an option, for example my package strongly relies on sync operations, while the other one's base idea is to be completely async)
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I use a prefix (bwu) for my packages. Not very likely anybody will use the same as well - not as catchy as iSomething ;-)
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Dart again increases its rank
This iteration of the RedMonk Programming Language Rankings is brought to you by HP. The tools you want, the languages you prefer. Built on Cloud Foundry, download the HP Helion Development Platfor...
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Draško Kokić's profile photoGünter Zöchbauer's profile photoMonty Rasmussen's profile photoGuillaume Girou's profile photo
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There are big differences. Swift has a huge home market without any competitor. Dart isn't supposed to replace Java for Android and is in a cutthroat competition on web client and server. 
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Anders Holmgren

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A Blog about some of the options for setting up your routes in shelf
Routing Options in Shelf This post is a journey through some of the main routing options in shelf. It is intended as a useful resource to help developers choose how to implement their routes for a particular task. Routecept...
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I get reports that https://dartlang-slack.herokuapp.com/ is no longer functioning. So new people cant join dartlang.slack.com. Now that most have moved to slack from IRC is back to being mostly me and the desperate. And i would like to point people to the much more active slack community but right now i cant.
Join Dart #public-discuss on Slack. 12 users online now of 175 registered. Get my Invite. powered by slackin.
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Kasper Peulen's profile photoOle Martin Gjersvik's profile photo
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I assume so no mail is sent out. Maybe +Seth Ladd​ can put us in contact with someone that can help if not we may have todo something drastic like fork the community.
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Trev Burley

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Anyone had any luck getting the Angular2 Dart Quick start working, thought I'd have a play but the example just results in an empty Dartium browser with no errors in the console? Even tried copy/pasting the code word for word with no luck.

https://angular.io/docs/dart/latest/quickstart.html
Angular is a development platform for building mobile and desktop web applications
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Ed “Geekrumper” Michel's profile photoTrev Burley's profile photo
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Thanks +Edouard Coissy - will have a look after work!
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Jesse Warden

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Anyone have:

A: URL to an app they built with Dart?
B: URL to a press release about a private/behind the firewall app they build with Dart?
C: Site that has a list of A & B?

Context: Trying to sell Dart to a few clients, and need some A & B citations.
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Anders Holmgren's profile photoThomas Schranz's profile photo
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+Jesse Warden we're happy Dart users at +Blossom (https://www.blossom.co). => A

I also know a few people working on intranet apps powered by Dart.

Let me know if I can help with a testimonial or anything else. I'm also writing on a bunch of articles that are like 80% finished but not shipped yet. Stay tuned :)
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REDSTONE alive :))
Pub is a package manager for the Dart programming language.
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Kenneth Endfinger's profile photoSuguru Inatomi (laco0416)'s profile photoGuillaume Girou's profile photo
 
I'm happy to see our redstone team release something :)
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seb mitchell

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Performance graphs are gone from dart website, I did like checking out how dart and v8 performance changed over time.

From https://www.dartlang.org/performance/ "What happened to the charts that were previously on this page?"
The Dart VM and dart2js tools reached and exceeded their performance benchmarks. The Dart team continues to track performance across numerous benchmarks, but the charts served their original purpose.
Track the performance of your Dart code using benchmarks.
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Shawn Drape's profile photoPeter StJ's profile photo
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Well, considering how code is transformed to JS and the fact that recent benchmarks show that dart2js code might potentially be much slower on browsers other than chrome, I still think dart2js vs handwritten js code is important, especially while adding new features to the language that can be tempting to be used but might come at a cost. However the graph was showing only v8 and not any other browser which was not so helpful after all most of us don't target v8 exclusively, so basically its fine that it is gone, but there should be more information on performance of dart2js produced code. Once we are able to compile libraries  (and thus use other build tools like the closure compiler which is well documented how and what alteration are performed on the code) it will be possibly less important, but still I think lot of people will continue to use dart2js to build so yeah... more information on performance in this area is important!
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Pascal Precht

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Hey everyone. Can I ask someone here to help me out? I downloaded the latest and great Dart sdk from the website (version 1.10.1).

But it seems that there's a problem with the version file in the dart-sdk. Here's the error I get:

FormatException: The Dart SDK's 'version' file was not in a format pub could recognize. Found: 1.10.1

I checked that version file and it really just hast the version number in it. Anyone an idea how to fix this?
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Pascal Precht's profile photoThomas Schranz's profile photo
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Hey +Pascal Precht great to see you here. Are you playing around with Angular2.dart? Let us know any way we can help :)

There is also a Dart community Slack: http://bit.ly/dartslack
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Eric Koston

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Just saw the video from polymer 1. Can not wait until polymer.dart 1 release.
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Me neither ... but on the other hand I will have to work a lot to migrate all my Polymer code. I hope the transition is easy.
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Peter StJ

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I am trying to use Sublime text 3 with dart plugin on an existing project. 

Am I supposed to get auto-completion out of this setup? For example I have a library that imports dart:html as html in the main library file and then I have a part file opened in the editor, but when I write class property I begin with 'final html.El' and I do not get completion for 'Element' for example. What I get is irrelevant completion for other stuff defined in the same file, things that do not belong under 'html'.

Is this supposed to happen? Isn't the analyzer responsible for providing completion? Or maybe something in sublime uses string matching for completion and now what is coming form the analyzer?

Please help:) Thanks. 
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Peter StJ's profile photoSeth Ladd's profile photo
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+Thomas Schranz you are fast at noticing :)
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