Learn Dart 2.16.1 Basics

Understanding Dart is fundamental to working with Flutter

Welcome all to this beginner course on learning Dart 2.16.1 Basics!

What you’ll learn

  • How to create dart programming.
  • Basic programming skills with Dart.
  • Why flutter use Dart language.
  • Why Dart is perfect language compared to Javascript.
  • Dart strengths over other programming language.
  • Acquiring foundation to tackle simple dart problems.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Dart 2.x Basics –> 2 lectures • 10min.
  • Installation, Setups & IDEs –> 5 lectures • 32min.
  • Expressions, Variables & Constants –> 11 lectures • 1hr 15min.
  • Types & Operations –> 12 lectures • 1hr.
  • Control Flow in Dart –> 14 lectures • 1hr 38min.
  • Conclusion –> 1 lecture • 2min.

Learn Dart 2.16.1 Basics


Welcome all to this beginner course on learning Dart 2.16.1 Basics!

Dart is an open-source general-purpose programming language. It is originally developed by Google and later approved as a standard by ECMA. Dart is a new programming language meant for the server as well as the browser. Introduced by Google, the Dart SDK ships with its compiler – the Dart VM. The SDK also includes a utility -dart2js, a transpiler that generates JavaScript equivalent of a Dart Script.


What makes Dart special?

Unlike many languages, Dart was designed with the goal of making the development process as comfortable and fast as possible for developers. So it comes with a fairly extensive set of built-in tools such as its own package manager, various compilers / transpilers, a parser and formatter. Also, the Dart virtual machine and Just-in-Time build make code changes immediately executable.
Once in production, the code can be compiled in native language, so no special environment is required to run. In case of web development, Dart is transpiled into JavaScript.


As for the syntax, Dart’s is very similar to languages like JavaScript, Java and C ++, so learning Dart by knowing one of these languages is a matter of hours.


In addition, Dart has great support for asynchrony, and working with generators and iterables is extremely easy.


Where can I use Dart?

Dart is a general-purpose language, and you can use it for almost anything:


  • In web applications, using the art library: html and the transpiler to transform the Dart code into JavaScript, or using frameworks like AngularDart.
  • On servers, using the art: http and art: io libraries. There are also several frameworks that can be used, such as Aqueduct.
  • In console applications.
  • In mobile applications thanks to Flutter.

The Dart language is at the core of the Flutter framework. A modern framework such as Flutter requires a high-level modern language so that it can provide the best experience to the developer, as well as make it possible to create awesome mobile applications.

Understanding Dart is fundamental to working with Flutter; developers need to know the origins of the Dart language, how the community is working on it, its strengths, and why it is the chosen programming language for Flutter.


In this course you will learn the following things

  1. Introduction to Dart 2.x Basics
  2. Installation, Setups & IDEs
  3. Expressions, Variables & Constants
  4. Types & Operations
  5. Control Flow in Dart


This course is one of courses in series of learning Dart and Flutter program courses, more course will be release as parts of this series.

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