Sunday, February 9, 2014

Collection of small Pub packages, for learning purposes, best suited to study Dartlang.

Collecting links to Pub packages, in ordxer to find those, which are best suited for learning purposes, and to present different Dart properties.
- Trying to avoid using BIG environmets, like Polymer, Angular, Hop, Bot aso.

game_loop This main loop is responsible for processing inputs from keyboards, mice, gamepads, and time. Also, the main loop manages browser state, e.g., pointer lock and fullscreen.

mailer Compose and send emails from Dart. Supports file attachments, HTML emails and multiple transport methods.

solitaire Solitaire card game.

Next I have not tested:

chess A port of chess.js to Dart. chess.dart is a library for legal chess move generation, maintenance of chess game state, and conversion to and from the formats FEN and PGN.

bulls_eye Bulls-Eye is an Dart-IO Extension to build up an WebServer (like node.js and Express)

image Provides server and web apps the ability to load, manipulate, and save images with various image file formats including PNG, JPEG, GIF and WebP.

more Various extension libraries that make Dart a better place. More Dart — Literally

mongo_dart MongoDB driver for Dart

eventable simple event system for implementing model->event->view design pattern.

streamable a library of helpful custom stream candies

geo A set of geographic's functions

dartminer A Bitcoin miner with Dart language.

stillshot A simple, bare-bones static site generator with markdown and mustache templating support.

color A simple Dart package exposing a Color class which can be used to create, convert, and compare colors.

chrome An library for accessing the Chrome APIs in a packaged app or extension.

ace High performance code editor for the web.

dartcoin A Bitcoin library for Dart. Pud-test release.

lawndart An easier way to access storage APIs in the browser.

intl internationalization and localization facilities, including message translation, plurals and genders, date/number formatting and parsing, and bidirectional text.

watch Simple file watcher

Just 20 links now... most of them I have not tested.

To be continued.... most likely..    published originally in

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