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Why should source (src) code be put in the bin (binaries) folder?

12 min 51 sec ago

bin - Contains the source files for the app.

From: https://www.dartlang.org/tutorials/dart-vm/get-started

Also the dart runtime: https://github.com/dart-lang/sdk/tree/master/runtime/bin

In my world bin has always been binaries or command shell scripts .. files that was meant to be executed. src was the folder where source files was put. In the Java world src is the proper source code folder. In the .NET world bin is the target folder for executable files that are built in the project.

I had to look twice when i read that bin was the place to put source code files.

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I am looking for a angular dart developer

Mon, 10/15/2018 - 13:02

Any job board for dart developers?

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Dart for beginners

Sat, 10/13/2018 - 09:31

I just found out about Dart, and that Google uses it. I have a bit of programming experience, but I have never done any Server programming or used Dart. I need to build a Webapp, right now the Backend, and was wandering if Dart is a good option for somebody that is new to that field. I have also thought about Golang but I don't really like the syntax. Would you recommend Dart for a beginner trying to build a Webapp backend?

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How to get subtype of Generic List in Dart

Thu, 10/11/2018 - 00:18

Hey guys, I'm currently learning Dart and stuck with this situation.

How can i know subtype of a List, which List is a generic type.

For example: I have a function with T and if T is List<String> => String, or T is List<SomeObject> => SomeObject
I have researched for this questions but I just found some workaround that get the String of the T type.
Any ideas or suggestions on this problems? Thanks in advanced.

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Trying to follow Dart tutorial made with Dart 1.24.2 using dart 2

Mon, 10/08/2018 - 08:22

I really want to follow this tutorial with dart 2. However when I try use "get dependencies" in WebStrom says it requires SDK version >=1.22.0.

What would I have to change so it works?

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Some questions about Dart + Flutter

Tue, 10/02/2018 - 13:44

The last few months my team and I have been grinding to design and come up with what we think will be the next generation of how people will interact with the internet. As the only programmer on the team, this month is all about validating the technologies I want to use to take this from zero to hero by 2019. I have been heavily considering Dart + Flutter to develop our app in a few months. I've barely scratched the surface. I had a few questions before I start to really dive into any tech stack like React Native, Dart + Flutter or Xamarin.

1) How customization are UIs with Flutter? Am I stuck to using material design concepts or does that just happen to be the quickest way to build an app out?

2) How stable is Dart + Flutter across android + IOS, are there any glaring issues that I should be aware of? (Like react native issues with android).

3) How is Firebase support? I've found this: https://github.com/flutter/plugins/blob/master/FlutterFire.md, and a big concern for me is how new the technologies are. Firebase I think is a must for our application to scale.

4) Best tools to begin learning how to build apps with Dart + Flutter? I bought a course off of udemy(https://www.udemy.com/dart-and-flutter-the-complete-developers-guide/) and I'm using it to figure out how to use some things here or there, but what were you preferred ways to learn?

Thanks guys! Looking forward to hearing your responses.

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