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Dart Weekly

Issue #20 - April 12, 2013


Dart Cookbook is a collection of examples and recipes - from short snippets to complete applications - that you can use in your own applications. This first release covers Dart's core APIs, such as Strings. Next will come Dart's async APIs and Web UI framework
Dart in Action author Chris Buckett will be presenting a talk on Dart at the London HTML5 user group on Wednesday 17th April. Come along to find out more about how Dart and Web UI can improve your developer experience.


Following on from's decision to switch development of its lean project management tool to Dart, InfoQ interviews Thomas Schranz to find out more about the decision.
Mixins let you add functionality to an existing class without extending it. In this blog post, Davy Cielen provides a simple example of their use.


Harald Pehl has been trying to create a plugin system with Dart, and has discovered that Isolates might be the answer. Check out his code samples.
Source Maps provide a translation from the output JavaScript back to the original source, and WebStorm now supports debugging Dart using Dart source maps.
Dartbox2d, which is a port of Box2d physics engine, is now on the Google GitHub repo, and awaiting your pull requests.
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