Here’s what we will cover in this lesson:
- Setup a project fast with the Dart extension for VS Code
- Adding the js package as a dependency
- Understanding the structure of an AngularDart project
- Importing Toastr.js and implementing our interop logic
- Integrating our interop solution in the AngularDart app
Here’s the interop file we’ve implemented:
I hope this was insightful and you learnt something new and interesting today. If you have any questions or general feedback, let me know in the comments down below. Thanks!
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