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Dart: Up and Running [NOOK Book]

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Get moving with Dart, the development platform that helps you build high-performance HTML5 apps for the modern Web. With this guide, you?ll take a hands-on tour of the Dart language, libraries, and tools?including its editor and virtual machine?for developing structured, fast, and maintainable web apps that run on both the client and the server.


Written by developer advocates at Google, this updated edition covers Dart 1.0. Google designed ...

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Overview


Get moving with Dart, the development platform that helps you build high-performance HTML5 apps for the modern Web. With this guide, you’ll take a hands-on tour of the Dart language, libraries, and tools—including its editor and virtual machine—for developing structured, fast, and maintainable web apps that run on both the client and the server.


Written by developer advocates at Google, this updated edition covers Dart 1.0. Google designed Dart to boost performance and help developers work more efficiently. This book shows you how to build everything from simple scripts to complex apps that work well in today’s browsers.

  • Build web apps with the object-oriented Dart language, and compile your code to JavaScript
  • Delve into language features, from optional types and method cascades to named constructors
  • Create, launch, and debug web and command-line apps with Dart Editor
  • Explore Dart APIs, including dart:core, dart:html, dart:io, dart:convert, and dart:mirrors
  • Use tools such as Dartium, the Chromium-based browser that can run Dart apps natively
  • Walk through Dartiverse Search, a client-server app that combines useful and fun language and API features
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449330859
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/26/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 158
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Kathy is a technical writer who's worked on docs for Chrome and other developer APIs at Google since 2006. Before that, she worked at Sun, NeXT, and HP. Back when the web was young, she wrote the first doc to help developers write Java applets. She also co-created The Java Tutorial and maintained it for a very long time.

Seth is a Developer Advocate with the Chrome team. He is a conference organizer (Aloha on Rails, New Game), author (Expert Spring MVC), helped publish Angry Birds for the web, and is a big fan of HTML5 and the modern web.

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Preface

Chapter 1: Quick Start

Chapter 2: A Tour of the Dart Language

Chapter 3: A Tour of the Dart Libraries

Chapter 4: Tools

Chapter 5: Walkthrough: Dart Chat

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2014

    Chapter 1:Taken

    Maddy's car was broken down. She was in the middle of nowhere. And she was wearing high heels. She sighed getting out of her car. "Looks like I'm walking..." She started heading north. She saw something out of the corner of her eye. She turned but the glint was gone. When she turned back around there was a man behind her. She tried to scream but her covered her mouth. "Shhh my darling no need to be frightened." The man was big and muscly with tattoos everywhere. He removed his hand and she tried to scream again wich got her a smack across the face. "I told you to shut up!" His cool tone was gone. "I just want to talk to you Maddy." He said. "H-h-how do you n-n-know m-my n-n-name?" She asked nervously. "Oh thats not important dear." He said an evil grin crossed his face. "After long even YOU womt know your name." He said. "W-w-what do you mean?" She asked. Suddenly a cloth was placed over her mouth from behind and everything went black.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    Alex

    We are done fighting irs safe to come back.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    Thank You,

    And good luck.

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