Web UI lets you build web apps as if you had a browser from the future. You can use the cool new web technologies like Web Components, and features like dynamic templates and live data binding inspired by Model Driven Views and Dart today. Build apps easily using HTML as your template language, express your application's components in HTML, and synchronize your data automatically between Dart and your components.
We believe that:
- Web Components and MDV are on their way, we should start using them now.
- Cool new features should be made available to modern browsers that haven't yet implemented them.
- Write/reload is just as important as write/compile/minimize/ship.
- Working in open source is the way to go.
- Developers from all backgrounds should be building awesome modern web apps.
Add the Web UI package to your pubspec.yaml file, selecting a version range that works with your version of the SDK. For example:
dependencies: web_ui: ">=0.3.2 <0.3.3" # works with SDK 18115
Versions change within the range when we release small bug fixes, but it changes outside of the range on any breaking change. See our changelog to find the version that works best for you.
If you continually update your SDK, you can use the latest version of web_ui:
dependencies: web_ui: any
Dependencies are installed using the Pub Package Manager.
pub install # Run command line tests and automated end-to-end tests. It needs two # executables on your path: `dart` and `DumpRenderTree` (see below # for links to download `DumpRenderTree`) test/run.sh
For Linux users all the necessary fonts must be installed see https://code.google.com/p/chromium/wiki/LayoutTestsLinux
We also have the Web UI development list for discussions about internals of the code, code reviews, etc.