The Angel Framework has Reached v1.0.0!

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Tobe Osakwe

Apr 18, 2017, 4:43:35 PM4/18/17
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Greetings, Dartisans! It is with great pleasure that I announce the official 1.0.0 release of the Angel framework, after nearly 14 months of development!

Angel is a full-featured server-side Web application framework for the Dart programming language. It strives to be a flexible, extensible system, to be easily scalable, and to allow as much code to be shared between clients and servers as possible. Ultimately, I believe that this approach will shorten the time it takes to build a full-stack Web application, from start to finish.

With features like the following, Angel is the all-in-one framework you should choose to build your next project:

  • Advanced, Modular Routing
  • Middleware
  • Dependency Injection
  • And much more...

A huge thanks to all who have contributed to or shown interest in the project over the past year! Your support has gone a long way, and will continue to be the driving force behind Angel. 

Feel free to share news about the launch, or to star the Angel repo on Github.


It's easy to get started with Angel. See the instructions and in-depth documentation in the main repo:

And yes, I've posted this just about everywhere in the Dart community. Trying really hard to spread the word.

Faisal Abid

Apr 19, 2017, 11:12:34 AM4/19/17
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Thats cool, I saw you have support for rethinkdb, did you write a custom driver for rethink?

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Tobe Osakwe

Apr 19, 2017, 3:10:29 PM4/19/17
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No, I actually used the existing driver. However, it wasn't compatible with crypto ^2.0.0, so I had to make a small fork. I did write the angel_rethink adapter, though, which just lets you use RethinkDB as a data store to power services. :)

Faisal Abid

Apr 19, 2017, 3:29:32 PM4/19/17
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Cool! Good work!! 
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