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  • Dart 2

    Dart 2 has a few key differences from earlier versions of Dart. This page briefly covers those differences and gives general advice on migrating your code to Dart 2.

  • Dart 2.0 Released As A "Reboot" To The Programming Language

    Google developers spearheading the Dart programming language that is intended for general purpose programming, including web applications and can be trans-piled to JavaScript, have issued their second major stable release.

    Dart 2.0 is now available as a big update for this programming language that doesn't receive nearly as much attention as Google's Go or other modern language alternatives. With Dart 2 there have been significant improvements to its type system, Dart no longer has a checked mode, there are various changes to the language itself and its core libraries, and other enhancements.

  • [Old] Announcing Dart 2: Optimized for Client-Side Development

    Today, we’re announcing Dart 2, a reboot of the language to embrace our vision of Dart: as a language uniquely optimized for client-side development for web and mobile.

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