Best proof of it’s possibilities is scaffolding Angular app via angular-cli and play around. For me, as js developer, it’s amazing.
Also if your codebase is in js, you can install Typescript community types anyway, in…
Flutter widgets react to changes to their state when you call their
setState. This sounds quite simple and the examples given in documentation are certainly straight-forward:
// I display a counter named myCounter so, // here's how I set my state…
No mention of the server-side libraries despite pub.dartlang.org being built on it. Nor any word on AngularDart. I’m curious why the announcement was positioned this way.