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What is Dart?

Dart is a relative new, multi-paradigm programming language created by Google very similar to Kotlin and Swift. First version was released April 15, 2005. Dart programs can be compiled into executable native code for many platforms including: Android, iOS, Windows, Web Browser.

Video Lecture

If you have the bandwidth, we recommend to watch the next video to learn about Dart. This film is 1:50 long, it has no ads and is very informative. You will learn a lot about Dart. You can use Dart as your first general purpose programming language.

Dart Presentation

Learning Dart

Next tutorial will describe Dart language in details. If you read one page every day you will finish learning in one week. We organize pages in logical order from basic to advanced concepts. Of course we will have examples that you can run on-line to learn and experiment the syntax.

Work Status: This tutorial has first page done to introduce the language syntax. We are working hard on this and will be ready for next year 2021. You can watch Twitter for updates. Until our articles are ready you can follow the External References. That's the source we use to learn Dart.


Dart Quiz

Next quiz does not have a time limit, but you should finish in less than 30 minutes. You can scan the code using a mobile or tablet. If you are already on mobile device, tap the code below to start the quiz. It requires you to sign-in using your Google account.
Dart Quiz

Dart - Quiz

Privacy Terms: We do not collect your e-mail address but we record your name with the test results on Google drive. If you take more than 80% we will recognize your skill and will endorse you on Linked-in. If you don't agree, you can use name: Anonymous or a fake name but then we can't endorse your new skills.

External References

Our tutorial is introductory so there may be some information missing. For deep learning please use these external resources. We have selected only resources that have no ads and are safe to use. We use these resources ourselves to make this tutorial.

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