A New Scalable & Productive Programming Language Dart is now on GitHub

With the rise in demand for mobile applications working on different operating systems, the demand for Application developers has increased many-fold in the industry. For skilled app developers there is an opportunity to take their programming career to a new level. Different programming languages are now available and each of them has clear-cut functions.

Recently, Google has moved Dart(open-source, scalable programming language), an opponent to JavaScript, to GitHub (a website which facilitates powerful collaboration, code review, and code management for open source), with an aim to make the working of the Dart community easier.

Now with this, the developers can contribute to the language at Dart’s GitHub page. The Dart SDK now has its own repository, joining the various Dart tools and packages already in their GitHub org. They have moved all the SDK issues to the site and dartbug.com now indicates to GitHub’s issue tracker for the Dart SDK.

Overview of Dart

As we said earlier, ‘Dart is an open-source, scalable programming language, with active libraries and runtimes, for building web, server, and mobile applications.’

Dart which compiles to JavaScript has its own challenges as it not only has to deal with the very prevalent JavaScript but also with the other JavaScript choices, for example, CoffeeScript and TypeScript.

Dart runs in modern web browsers and on the server. Its comprehensive libraries give you lots of choices. As it is used to build amazing apps, it offers a rational and predictable development experience for current web applications. It is exactly the thing we were searching for.

Dart’s tools You might love to know

A variety of tools are available for Dart development, such like DartPad, Dart plugins, Pub package manager, Observatory, Dartium, Dev server. These all tools have their own unique functionalities. You can get Dart Editor and the Dart SDK, both of which incorporate observatory, from the download page.

The useful news is that now you can write Dart apps using any past version of Windows, Linux, or Mac but the Dart development tools do not support Windows XP. This is just a brief information, if you want to know more about it you can read all at its official news website.

Checkout the whole Dart Programming Language page on Github or visit its official website.

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