"A lot of this was discovery...we wanted to see what we could exploit without having to write a native app. How can we reuse our code? We can write this once and deploy it anywhere [with Dart and HTML5].", said Adam Singer, developer on GlassFrogger.
Hop on over to the video of the demo pitch and a bit of game play. Engadget and Robert Scoble covered the winners, and were impressed by the effort.
The Dart code uses the Google Mirror API package and the Google Plus API package, both from the pub package manager.
The GlassFrogger team consisted of +Jeff Bond +Jonathan Fearn +Steven Mautone +Ryan Weaving +Adam Singer.
|Winners? Dartisans? Both! Pic courtesy of Noble Ackerson|