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Any full stack developer teams here?
reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 2021-05-28
Ultimately it would be good to see the same from other players too, such as Slack etc. I know this is no small task, but once it starts to be presented as a valid choice you will start to see more conservative IT managers giving it a chance. Essentially dart needs "Code Backlinks" (if anyone can understand this, I figure Google can!). In other words, social proof. If you are serious about it, form an actual team around it instead of updating that http server tutorial to a poorly written link to a shelf example repo with no guidance. Look at my docs for Alfred - https://github.com/rknell/alfred - they aren't hugely long, probably took about 4 hours to write and refine to this point, but they answer pretty much every use case and even a novice can follow them. If you are going to take it seriously, take it seriously.
Running 'then' on a Future makes HttpServer non-functional
reddit.com/r/dartlang | 2021-04-24
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reddit.com/r/dartlang | 2021-04-20
Hey! I'm one of the authors of https://github.com/rknell/alfred and I come from a node / mongo stack.
Aqueduct is dead, Long live Conduit - cross post
reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 2021-04-19
We (any one interested on server side dart) Should join forces I have created palace for that https://github.com/maxzod/palace Some people created alfred https://github.com/rknell/alfred And now you And there's is other 2 packages i dont remember there names If we want to make it work we must work together
Aqueduct for Dart is dead: Now what?
Except the nice king and castle wording, how does this differ from https://github.com/rknell/alfred ?
I also work on alfred. Support for websocket got PR-ed: https://github.com/rknell/alfred/pull/28
Announcing Alfred - A super easy, modular, ExpressJS like server package for dart.
reddit.com/r/FlutterDev | 2021-03-29
Burnt by Aqueduct & Angel throwing in the towel? I just published Alfred, a fully featured, expressjs like, null safe, performant web server for dart... in only ~150 lines of code
reddit.com/r/dartlang | 2021-03-29