Dart, Google’s own programming language for the Web, has a number of fans and proponents that elevate it beyond a simple hobbyist language. Now the company is supporting its users with frequent tutorials on how to get the most out of Dart.
The newest video on Dart will teach programmers how to use Dart with Google Web Toolkit. Here’s what you can expect:
In this episode of Dartisans, I’m going to show you a variety of ways to use Dart with Google Web Toolkit. I know that there are a lot of GWT developers out there who would like to give Dart a shot, but they aren’t sure how because they already have a large, successful app that’s written in GWT. I’m going to show you ways to integrate Dart into your existing GWT application without having to rewrite it from scratch.
To do this, I’ve built a sample application that uses both GWT and Dart. I’ll show you how to setup a development environment so that you can work with both technologies. Then, I’ll show you a variety of ways in which you can get GWT and Dart to interoperate.