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Dart SDK and Dartium 1.18.0 Chocolatey Packages for Windows

Davy Mitchell, on 28 Jul 2016
Chocolatey is a package manager for Windows similar to Linux's apt-get, based on Microsoft's Nuget tool and Powershell scripting language. It works from the command-line and from a WPF GUI interface. Good news - Chocolatey has cleared the moderation backlog! Dart versions are far more up to date. You can install unmoderated versions by specifiying the install version during installation.Chocolatey has also been updated with versions 1.18.0Command line installation: choco uninstall dart-sdkchoco install -y dart-sdk -version 1.18.0To verify you have the right version on your path. dart --versionDart VM version: 1.18.0 (Wed Jul 27 01:55:06 2016) on "windows_x64"Command line installation:... read more

Dart 1.18: Laying foundations

Kevin Moore, on 28 Jul 2016
Dart 1.18 is now available. Go get it!The team has been focused on implementation details over the last six weeks. The API changes to the SDK are very light – see the CHANGELOG – but we have been working hard laying the foundation for a number of important projects.Improve the development and runtime experience for Flutter.Improve the speed and stability of Dart Analyzer, especially as it relates to dev_compiler.Work to finalize two language tweaksInitializing formals: https://github.com/dart-lang/sdk/issues/26655Allow trailing commas: https://github.com/dart-lang/sdk/issues/26644Download the latest release. Let us know what you think! read more

AngularDart is going all Dart

Filip Hráček, on 20 Jul 2016
Until now, the multiple language flavors of Angular 2 were written as TypeScript source, and then automatically compiled to both JavaScript and Dart. We're happy to announce that we’re splitting the Angular 2 codebase into two flavors – a Dart version and a TypeScript/JavaScript version – and creating a dedicated AngularDart team. This is amazing news for Dart developers because:The framework will feel more like idiomatic Dart.It will make use of Dart features that couldn't work with the TypeScript flavor. It will be faster.This is equally great news for our TypeScript and JavaScript developers, by the way. Cleaner API, performance gains,... read more

Changes at dartlang.org

Filip Hráček, on 13 Jul 2016
Today we simplified dartlang.org, making it reflect the current state of the project a little bit better.We have www.dartlang.org for the fundamental Dart technologies—the language itself and the core libraries. And then we have separate websites for the different targets:webdev.dartlang.org for web appsFlutter for iOS & Android native appsDartino for IoTDart VM for command-line apps and serversSome other changes we made:Feature the pages that people visit most often.Show the core goals of the project on the homepage.Completely rework the information architecture, from domains down to individual pages and sections.Set up events.dartlang.org for hosting event-related micro-sites.Reimplement the sites to make maintenance... read more

Unboxing Packages: path

Kevin Moore, on 15 Jun 2016
I want to do something a little different with my blog post this week. When I’ve written about packages in the past, I’ve mostly done a high-level overview of their APIs and how they fit into the Dart ecosystem as a whole. But path is one of the very oldest packages in the ecosystem, and any Dart user who’s written any server-side or command-line apps is probably already familiar with the API. So instead of a high-level overview, I want to do a deep dive. I want to talk about why we made the design decisions we made when writing... read more