Last week, we invited you to participate in our poll letting us know which programming languages are on your list for 2019. With over 1000 replies, the time has come to have a look at the results and what the JAXenter community has to say.
We are still not done with the 2018 reviews! Today, we take a look at the most interesting highlights from the Pluralsight Tech Index 2018 mini report. Is Dart the next big thing?
This VM explainer may still be a work in progress, but Dart VM is already good to go. Dart VM provides multiple ways to compile and execute your Dart code natively. Whether it’s from a JIT and AOT compilation pipeline or a snapshot, Dart VM gives developers their code execution method of choice.
Dart 2.1 is here! Have you been sleeping on this language? Dart offers new features and is perfect for mobile development. Since its 2.0 update, it’s been reworked and improved.
In the mood for something juicy? We have just the thing for you! Meet Kiwi — a dependency injection library for Dart and Flutter. Kiwi aims to be simple, fast, and refreshing! Let’s have a quick look!
We first mentioned the arrival of Dart 2 last summer when David Morgan, software engineer at Google revealed that when the stable release arrives, strong mode will just be “the type system”. The wait is over: Dart 2.0 is here! Let’s have a look at all the shiny new features.
Google’s new mobile UI framework Flutter SDK is now in beta! What can we expect from it? Beautiful cross-platform app development and super-fast performance, of course.
Dart 2 is here! There’s a lot to look at in the latest edition, including a brand new approach to the type system, improved client-side development
Dart Developer Summit 2016 is happing as we speak in Munich, Germany. For those who want to be brought up to speed on the latest developments, here are the most important announcements of Day 1: AngularDart 2.0 is finally here and Dart is picking up its pace both inside and outside of Google.
Dart 1.17 has just been released. This time the team chose to focus on bringing more performance improvements to the table. Dart is moving full steam ahead and collects users’ praises with each new release.
Google associate Filip Hracek has recently moved to the Dart Development Team. A move which provoked not only rather amicably intended comments (for example that by doing so he will hopefully not be riding a dead horse), but also clearly negative reactions. Yet he provides good reasons which in his opinion speak for the success of Google’s web language.
Dart can now officially call GitHub home, in a move that has shifted the whole programming language to the popular open source hosting service. Google have also axed the Chrome Dev Editor, but are hoping the community can still salvage something from it.
Google have labelled the new Dart 1.9 release as worth the a-wait and a bunch of developers couldn’t be more chuffed. Now with async methods and await expressions, the team is touting the update as bigger than ever.