Dart 2.6 supports creating self-contained executables
The newest update for Google’s programming language Dart has arrived. The key feature in this update is the new compiler, dart2native. With dart2native, programmers can use the command to compile a Dart program ahead-of-time to native x64 machine code. Dart 2.6 also includes two feature previews and a demo for a console code editor.
Dart 2.6 was announced on November 5, 2019. Version 2.6 arrives with
dart2native, an extension for the compiler set.
With the new update, Dart can product self-contained, native executables.
Have you checked out the language since the implementation of v2.x? Dart 2 fully rebooted the language with a full redesign. It added a more streamlined type system, syntax, and rebuilt dev tool chain. All of these improvements lead to optimized web and mobile development. 2.6 builds upon this 2.x reboot.