I want to thank and congratulate all my followers for going on this journey with me!
When I started this blog in April, I was unaware of the effect this would have. It hasn't been a year yet and the DEV community have really surprised and humbled me through the encouragement and following of my readers.
In October last year, I took the plunge and decided to go full time as a blogger, programming instructor and YouTuber under the brand Creative Bracket.
It had been my intention(and still is) to demonstrate clear and high-quality video tutorials on building full-stack Dart applications, covering the web and server environments.
This year 2019 brings great promise for Dart developers and here are some of the ways I've realised this:
dart2js tool included in the SDK. The only caveat here is that the output had been ES5 code. This was in order to support legacy browsers like Internet Explorer 11 and below.
So it's with great pleasure to announce that there is work in progress to migrate to modern ES6 syntax and features, including the translation of Dart code to ES6!
This will also allow integration with common ES6 tools such as Babel and WebPack. Here's an earlier video on it:
Over 50,000 people have starred the Flutter project, demonstrating great promise with this approach to building cross-platform applications. And with the Hummingbird project, we should see browser support soon.
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I am working on written and video content for my Patreon page. This will be exclusive to higher-tiered members.
In the meantime why not become a Patreon today in the basic tier and help drive future Dart content? This will grant you access to a Dart starter ebook I plan on releasing soon!
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Throughout the last year, I have worked part-time as a working student and also studied at the university. I was not the first and not the last one who has combined that during their studies, but the problem for me was, that at the end of the day I have felt absolutely exhausted mentally and physically. That caused problems with my health and motivation to continue working on my goals or anything. (yeah, “goals,” I wish I had something more specific at that time).