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Faisal Abid

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If you live in Estonia or want to travel for a really cool conference, check out TopConf this November. I'll be speaking about building fast and scalable servers with Dart!

http://topconf.com/tallinn-2015/trackevent/building-fast-and-scalable-servers-with-dart/
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Monty Rasmussen

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Another useful collection of Dart tidbits in GDG Utah's Dart Newsletter.
Enough of the serious stuff. Let's have some fun! This month, we're going to leave behind the CRUD apps, business logic, and daily stand-ups. We'll explore how features like real classes, comprehensive standard libraries, and syntactic sugar make Dart the perfect technology for producing ...
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Kevin Segaud

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Hi guys,

Is there a way to share native extension easily?

Thanks
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Yes i want ;)
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Jonas Kello

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Editor's note: This is part one of a two-part series by Microsoft Edge engineers Travis Leithead and Arron Eicholz. Part two will be coming tomorrow, July 15th. Four of our five most-requested platform features on UserVoice (Shadow DOM, Template, Custom Elements, HTML Imports) belong to the ...
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Hy, guys!

I'm trying to extend paper-dialog. Wanna use its popup feature to avoid composition. But there is error:

"The tag name specified in 'extends' is a custom element name. Use inheritance instead."

I have searched some topics (like this: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25022980/current-means-to-extend-custom-element-in-dart-polymer), but still don't understand what I do wrong? Please, guys, tell me: can I extend paper-dialog or not?
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OK, will wait polymer 1 for dart :) I guess it's promising 
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Adrián Avila

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In C# I can do:

var pNumber = Math.Round(213.4343, 2);

and the result is  213.50, because it will round the double to the number of decimals the Math.Round function gets as a second parameter.

What's the equivalent in Dart?
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Nane Kratzke

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Thank you for voting.
We have a winner! And I decided to start a Webtech #halloffame  page for the best #dartang   #game  projects of my students.

http://www.nkode.io/assets/webtech-hall-of-fame/index.html
How to enter the Hall of Fame? Study Computer Science at the Lübeck University of Applied Sciences. Pass the webtechnology course with a surpassing grade. Allow that your webtechnology project outcome can be made available for public. The five best game outcomes will be posted to the Google+ ...
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Hi, guys! Which way do you think is better to make custom ContextMenu?
#dart #html #polymer
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Nane Kratzke

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Some more fun #dartlang  game submissions from my students passing my lecture and practical course on webtechnologies this summer.

Feel free to play  #pacman  and #unblockit   ;-)

BTW: Canvas was forbidden to solve the problem ;-) I want to establish a deep understanding of the DOM ;-)
This project is about common technologies used to build (part) of web information systems. The project course is given for students at Lübeck University of Applied Sciences (in german language). The course covers following aspects: IaaS Cloud Computing to host (distributed and scalable) web ...
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Adrián Avila

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Created my first server application with Dart (I've only used it for web apps before), I must say, I'm impressed with the speed.
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It wasn't too hard but you convince me to use Bridge. :)
Thanks +Adrián Avila 
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David Notik

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Great meeting a bunch of the #dartlang team in Seattle. Siggi Cherem, +Bob Nystrom, +Kevin Moore, +Natalie Weizenbaum, +Alan Knight, +jake macdonald, +John Messerly and please tag the other Jacob. The team was so nice and welcoming. Thank you for all the awesome work!
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John Davis

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Any word on when typescript integration will be available?  Dying to to take my dart chess game 3D w/ babylonjs, http://www.checkersorchess.com
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sent an email, no word
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Thomas Løcke

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This is pretty cool. Dart is fast!
A fast Lisp interpreter in Dart. Written in Japanese: April 6, 2015 (鈴). Translated to English: June 25, 2015. 1. Introduction; 2. Inner Representations of Lisp Expressions; 3. Lists, Symbols and Built-in Functions; 4. Expression Evaluation and Tail Call Optimization; 5.
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Common within this community. Sadly uncommon outside it :-(
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Thomas Løcke

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Which of the far too many Dart packages for Atom are you guys using?

There seems to be a whole lot going on in several different projects, and I'm somewhat perplexed as to which one to use.
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Use dartlang. It's approaching feature parity with dart-tools, and the rest of the atom packages are obsolete.
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Mario Bintang

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hi guys,
just hi by the way, :) :P

okay, just right to the very technical point :)

did i miss something or what, so then i cant use this feature? help me please.. :)
Dartium gets a REPL (http://news.dartlang.org/2013_10_01_archive.html)

i use the latest chromium (Version 39.0.2171.0).
and run some dart script on it,
and repl just cant run.

i desprate need repl on dart,
on the way to develop it just like how i do it in python (nearly)

and, is already there a way to have dart repl in command line too? :)

that's all,

i'll be glad to have update from you, :)
thanks in advance

Mario Bintang
With today's milestone release, Dart is faster and more productive. Performance from generated JavaScript code is up, Dartium added a REPL, and Dart Editor has better HTML/CSS editing and a new pub package browser. dart2js g...
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huffftt.. back again here, from a bit but much (but i think not that really much, because i really really passionate about it) work stuffs to do this week :)
less keep up with my own posting (this posting) haha.

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jupyter, i think it would be okay to using that. ipython from the very start.
it is quite excellent, never heard it before.. anyway
right now, i still dont have time to dig it, (at least) a bit.. busy on something.

but, when i have time, i want to have something to do with it around dart. :)

and, i think dart repl, should be an integral part of the dart as a whole, i mean, it putted as a main part of the interpreter,
why? because the importancy for the developer (this is a very main thing to any language to grow with developer), as it is as 'speed performance'-related-package is putted in the main part of the system. these two things is could said as two of the most important thing for a languange, especially for grow in community (other than some other aspects).

it would be like statement: in dart, developer will be pampered to develop in a wild excuisite on the fly coding manner/style/approachment. yaaa just like in ipython.
on the fly is very very powerful. repl.
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Seth Ladd
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Please help test our new dartdoc beta, now with beautiful static mobile-friendly docs!

Easy install with `pub global activate dartdoc`. Learn more at https://pub.dartlang.org/packages/dartdoc

Thanks for checking it out!
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+Seth Ladd It seems that the yesterday's release fixes my problem. I'm getting docs for the fields correct. Thanks.
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Trev Burley

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Any one aware of the current state of Polymer Dart 1.0? I've got a project which I've written a proof of concept in Polymer JS 1.0 but I would very much like to use Dart if I can before I go too much further...
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+Kasper Peulen In our company, we converted the business logic with js on dart. UI (ExtJs3) uses a model through js-interop. We use light wrappers models (ES5 getter / setter) via js_mimicry. Performance has fallen greatly, 5-10 times. Perhaps the reason ES5 getter / setter. In the test were 2000 records. In the real world, we need about 100K records.
The only way to abandon the old UI (ExtJs 3) in favor of a Polymer (0.5).
That is why we fear polymer-js-interop.
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Nane Kratzke

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Was that already posted here? However - null aware operators are so cool and worth to be posted twice ;-)

http://blog.sethladd.com/2015/07/null-aware-operators-in-dart.html
Three new language features just landed in the latest dev channel build of the Dart VM! Collectively known as null-aware operators, these new features will help you reduce the code required to work with potentially null objec...
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I don't think performance is even remotely an issue. I think this is an awesome addition. Besides, for most cases I like to do
if (x == null) return;
or
if (x == null throw ...;
at the beginning if the function.
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Nane Kratzke

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We had some fun this summer semester webtechnology course. My students implemented several classical arcade games as #Dart single page HTML 'apps'.

This is a cool way to get into CSS, HTML, DOM-Tree and connect it with first and second semester knowledge about object oriented programming and MVC.

Feel free to play.

First submissions are:

1) Stack Attack
2) Cave Escape

http://www.nkode.io/lecture/2015/03/01/lecture-webtech.html
This project is about common technologies used to build (part) of web information systems. The project course is given for students at Lübeck University of Applied Sciences (in german language). The course covers following aspects: IaaS Cloud Computing to host (distributed and scalable) web ...
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Filip Hráček

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It should be quite easy to wrap MDL in Dart. If I'm not missing something, you only need to wrap the componentHandler object (with 6 external methods) to be able to dynamically upgrade elements.[1] The static elements just work via a window.onLoad handler and the rest of material.js looks like internal classes.

So if you have a Dart project that doesn't need the power of Polymer.dart but would look better in Material Design, this is a great option, I think. It's not pure Dart as +Mike Mitterer's excellent Web Starter Kit,[2] but if all you want is some graphic pizzazz, you won't mind. 

[1]: http://www.getmdl.io/started/index.html#dynamic
[2]: http://wsk.mikemitterer.at/
 
Material Design Lite — an official vanilla JS+CSS+HTML-only version of Material Design.

If you like Material Design but Polymer is overkill for the kind of site you want to build — or you're going with another framework entirely — then MDL gives you a couple of benefits:

— few dependencies (easy to install)
— you can use the CDN-hosted minified files (no installation, just 2 <link> tags and one <script src> tag)
— contains out-of-the-box templates (blogs, dashboards, docs)
— framework-agnostic (can be used with any of the rapidly changing landscape of front-end tool chains)
— small code size (~27KB gzipped)
— narrow focus  (enabling material design styling for websites, nothing more, nothing less)

Article: https://medium.com/google-developers/introducing-material-design-lite-3ce67098c031
Site: http://www.getmdl.io/
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Polymer shouldn't be overkill for a Dart app, since Dart and Polymer have similar browser requirements. Polymer is very lightweight, and its paper elements should be roughly the same size as MDL, but you get much better style encapsulation, and it's much easier to use custom elements. MDL is good if you need to support older browsers, especially IE.
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