This week, Google released a new programming language called Go. They describe the language as, The Go programming language uses C-like syntax, and is a complement (not a replacement) to Google Dart, the company’s new web application programming language. It will be interesting to see what synergies develop between the Go language and Google Dart. […]
Earlier this week, Google posted a blog entry calling for use cases of Dart package systems. Having issues with a Dart package system? Suggestions for future releases! Be sure to let them know on their blog, or by visiting them on Google+.
Coders from “Make the Web Faster” have ported Box2D, a popular 2D physics engine, to the Google Dart programming language. Box2D powers well known games including Rovio’s smash-hit Angry Birds. The existence of a Dart version of Box2D makes Dart a viable candidate for advanced web game applications. While this port is still a work-in-progress, […]
Ian Skerret, from Eclipse’s marketing team, announced in a recent blog post that Eclipse will begin to support Google Dart. Google’s Dan Rubel is working on a Dart Editor based on Eclipse. This is great news for Google Dart adopters! The first step to Dart’s proliferation is the acceptance of Dart by other tech industry […]
Google just released an editor for Google Dart that is available in three formats! You can find them here: Check it out, play around, and let us know what you think. The release of this editor is a great sign that Google is putting the resources behind Dart that it will need to succeed. […]
Google has recently posted a very useful “Dart Programming Language Specification” document on their Dart homepage. Access it here! Key Points This document is incredibly comprehensive, and definitely worth checking out. It’s impressively put-together (for a programmer’s standard!) and is a sign that Google is serious about giving the Dart the support it will need […]
If you have any lingering questions about Dart, Google’s new programming language, make sure you head on over to Reddit, where Google programmer Bob Nystrom is answering a ton of Dart-related questions! You can participate in Bob’s Reddit thread here. This is truly one of the best resources we’ve found for Dart programming so far, […]