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Dart Developer Summit announcements: AngularDart 2.0 and more

The Dart Developer Summit is only 5 weeks ahead, and we’re excited about its agenda: 17 talks, many demos, 25 speakers, plus a lightning talks session and a panel discussion. Expect the full program soon on the site, but here’s a teaser: Major improvements to the type system Much better interoperability with JavaScript Improved developer workflow AngularDart 2.0 And much more We will share more details as we approach the summit. Because the TypeScript flavor of Angular just released  version 2.0 last week, we think it’s a good opportunity to share more details about AngularDart 2.0. Besides the changes you’d expect, such as faster execution and reduced size (on which we’re already making a lot of progress ), we will also have a better template compiler and some nice surprises for you. The beta releases of AngularDart have been in production use at Google since January, in MLOC-sized apps. This has helped us to see what works well for large apps, and to improve the APIs acco
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Configuring Static Analysis using an Analysis Options File

Static analysis allows you to find problems before executing a single line of code. It’s a powerful tool used to prevent bugs and ensure that code conforms to style guidelines. With the help of the analyzer, you can find simple typos. For example, an accidental semicolon made its way into an if statement: The analyzer can also help you find more subtle problems. For example, perhaps you've forgotten to close a sink instance: In the Dart ecosystem, the Dart Analysis Server and other tools use the analyzer package to perform static analysis. You can configure the analyzer using an analysis options file. For more information, see our new page, Customize Static Analysis .
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