Google Announces Dart 1.0 Web Apps SDK
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 14 November 2013 at 10:45 AM EST. Add A Comment
Google has announced the release of Dart 1.0, their first major stabilized SDK release for having an open-source cross-browser toolkit for developing web applications.

With the 1.0 release Dart is now considered production-ready and provides all the necessary tools for developers to write structured web applications through a "simple yet powerful" language, tools, and a set of core libraries. There's also Dartium as part of this as a custom build of Chromium with the Dart VM. Dart code can also be converted to JavaScript for client-side support in modern browsers with dart2js.

Should you be a web app developer and interested in more details on the stable Dart SDK, see the Chromium blog announcement and DartLang.org.
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