Today I was going to give you some overview of the changes in Visual Studio 2012, honestly, but … I’ve found something worth sharing instead :) Well, it’s not like the changes in latest MSFT IDE are not interesting, but these can wait.
if you want to check language basics: http://www.dartlang.org/docs/language-tour/
Full Dart SDK can be found here: http://www.dartlang.org/docs/sdk/
Why should we care? There are so many languages / libraries / framework created by passionate people and published on public source control systems like GitHub. Why should we look closer at this one? There are few reasons:
- People behind Dart are … Google. I’m not saying that everything they do will succeed, but usually it’s at least worth looking at.
- There’s already support for Dart VM in Chromium (browser engine behind Chrome).
- There’s already heavy IDE support for Dart: Dart Editor based on Eclipse and all JetBrains web-oriented IDEs (WebStorm, PhpStorm and IntelliJ IDEA).