This course offers an authoritative description of Dart for programmers, computer science students, and other well-qualified professionals. This course illuminates key programming constructs with significant examples, focusing on principles of the language, such as optional typing and pure object-orientation.
This course thoroughly explains reflection in Dart, showing how it is evolving into a form that programmers can easily apply without creating excessively large programs. It also shares valuable insights into Dart’s actor-style model for concurrency and asynchronous programming. Throughout, this course covers both language semantics and the rationale for key features, helping you understand not just what Dart does, but why it works the way it does.
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