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Dart Apprentice Ray Wenderlich Books

Dart Apprentice Ray Wenderlich Books
Dart Apprentice


Book Details 
             TitleDart Apprentice
         AuthorBy Matt Galloway & Jonathan Sande
     Publisher:  Ray Wenderlich
    Language: English
        SubjectSwift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
No. of pages: 488
         Format: EPUB, Source code

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About the Cover

Isn’t the platypus an amazing animal? Think about it. The platypus is one of only two mammals that lay eggs rather than bear their offspring. They’re practically blind and deaf, but are able to locate their prey through electroreception (like some dolphins!). They’re also one of the few existing venomous mammals in the world.
When European naturalists first encountered them (they live in Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea) and examined a preserved platypus body in 1799, the naturalists thought the platypus was a hoax made up of several parts of different animals sewn together.
Come on, even it's name, platypus, is cool!

“So we couldn't think of a better animal to describe Dart. Dart is a client-optimized programming language for multi-platform apps. Just as platypuses are conformable on land or water, Dart can also adapt to completely different environments with ease.
And reminiscent of the platypus, Dart also looks like a combination of other things — in this case, programming languages. Dart was developed by Google as an object-oriented C-style syntax language and incorporates many of the best features of other modern programming languages. It can compile to either native code or Javascript and is the language used by Flutter to create native iOS, Android, Windows, Mac and Linux apps. How cool is that?
Exactly! As cool as a platypus!”

Excerpt From: By Jonathan Sande & Matt Galloway. “Dart Apprentice.” Apple Books. 

Introduction

Dart is a general purpose programming language developed by Google. You can use it to develop web, server, desktop and mobile applications for iOS and Android. It’s easy to learn (especially if you read this book) and also has great tooling support.
In many ways Dart is a boring language, and that’s a good thing! It means that Dart is fast and easy to pick up. While Dart does have some unique characteristics, any knowledge you bring in from other object oriented or C-style languages will immediately be applicable. If you come here as a complete beginner to programming, Dart is a good place to start. The concepts that you’ll learn in this book will give you a solid foundation in your coding career.
Don’t let Dart’s mundane syntax fool you, though. Dart is a modern and rapidly evolving language, and the things it allows you to do are both exciting and even historic in nature. Never before have you been able to create native applications for so many platforms using a single code base.

There’s a good chance you picked up this book because of the Flutter UI framework. However, it was no accident that Flutter chose Dart as its language. The Dart virtual machine allows lightning fast development-time rebuilds, its JavaScript complier allows you to build for the web, and its ahead-of-time compiler creates fast native applications across mobile and desktop platforms and even on the server and embedded devices.
It’s no wonder then that developers across the world have taken notice. The language has been climbing the charts for both fastest growing and most loved. The wise developer takes note of industry trends and joins them.

So welcome to this book!

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