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Dart used to build new development editor for Chrome Apps

The Spark project is a new development environment built with Dart and Polymer for the Chrome Apps platform. Spark is an open-source project hosted on Github. Fran├žois Beaufort reports that the project contains GUI widgets powered by Polymer, the new library for modern web apps build on Web Components. Spark's primary focus is building web apps written in Dart and Chrome App based applications. It is an early example of how to combine Dart, Polymer, Dart-JavaScript interop, and Chrome Apps to build a modern app using web technologies.
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Dart 1.0: A stable SDK for structured web apps

Today we’re releasing the Dart SDK 1.0, a cross-browser, open source toolkit for structured web applications. In the two years since we first announced Dart , we’ve been working closely with early adopters to mature the project and grow the community. This release marks Dart's transition to a production-ready option for web developers. The Dart SDK 1.0 includes everything you need to write structured web applications: a simple yet powerful programming language, robust tools, and comprehensive core libraries. Together, these pieces can help make your development workflow simpler, faster, and more scalable as your projects grow from a few scripts to full-fledged web applications. On the tools side, the SDK includes Dart Editor , a lightweight but powerful Dart development environment. We wanted to give developers the tools to manage a growing code base, so we added code completion, refactoring, jump to definition, a debugger, hints and warnings, and lots more. Dart also off
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Dart at Devoxx 2013

Devoxx 2013 is here, and Dart has a strong showing on Thursday, November 14th. Keynote with Lars Bak At 9:40am, Dart co-founder Lars Bak delivers the morning keynote titled " Shaping the Future of Web Development ". Q&A with the Dart Team At 1:10pm, representatives from the Dart team will take your questions in a "ask us anything" format. Bonus: we'll be playing buzzword bingo. Building a mobile, multi-player HTML5 game with Dart At 2:00pm, Seth Ladd presents a case study on his team's recent project to build a multi-player, multi-device, mobile-friendly, HTML5 game with Dart. Happy hour with Dart and Angular At 6:00pm, meet the Dart and Angular teams for a happy hour. We'll have food and drinks, and plenty of opportunity to chat with the engineers behind the projects. Visit the Google booth, or find a Dart or Angular engineer, to get a wristband (free while supplies last). Hope to see you there! Stop by and say Hi!
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Angular Announces AngularDart

Today the Angular team announced the beta release of the AngularDart framework, their port of Angular to Dart. AngularDart is heavily inspired by AngularJS and is supercharged for Dart. Core Angular features such as directives, data binding, and dependency injection, are all there, and they've taken advantage of Dart's features like metadata, types, and classes to feel natural for Dart developers. AngularDart is also the first version of Angular to be built on emerging web standards like Shadow DOM. To ensure that AngularDart would be usable out of the box, they partnered with another team inside Google to build a real application. This team, code named Green Tea, was tasked with creating the sales force automation application for Google's sales teams. The Green Tea team reported great success in shipping their first version with AngularDart, built from scratch and delivered in under six months. The Angular team is committed to maintaining AngularDart and pushing forw
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