Dart !! Made by Google

Dart is the programming language for flutter a cross-platform development framework from Google that has taken the mobile world by storm with flutter you can use a single code base to build apps for ( IOSAndroid Web ) and even the desktop and beyond dart was first
released by google in 2011 and was initially designed as a replacement for javascript the purpose was in part to create a typesafe javascript for building apps similar to the increasingly popular typescript variant of javascript from Microsoft the most recent version of the dart at the time of this recording is 2.4.

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Dart has many similarities to other languages you may already be familiar with such as Java, C#, Swift and kotlin it is statically typed wich means types must be specified at compile time and cannot change at runtime. It facilitates both an object-oriented style of programming as well as a functional style it has modern features such as type inference and the embedding of expressions within strings called string interpolation or string templates in other languages even though it statically typed. It also has a feature that mimics dynamically typed languages such as javascript or python and that can help you get up speed with it if you’re coming from those languages .

Dart can still be used for building web apps but it’s not really taken off as a javascript replacement for web development however there’s been a resurgence in interest in dart since the release of the first betas of flutter

Flutter 1.0 is released in December of 2018 and mobile developers especially are diving into flutter and dart to see if they in fact provide the holy grail for cross-platform development.

Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for MobileWeb, and Desktop from a single codebase.It is an open-source mobile SDK developer can use to build native-looking Android and iOS applications from the same code base. Flutter has been around since 2015 when Google introduced it and remained in the beta stage before its official launch in December 2018. Since then, the buzz around Flutter has been growing stronger.

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