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Online Training Learn Dart 2 in 90 minutes
Dart is a programming language by Google that has been gaining a lot of traction recently and is one of the most sought after skills in 2018. It is a general purpose language that can be used for developing command line tools, web servers, web applications (using AngularDart) and cross-platform mobile applications (using Flutter).This is a course for programmers looking to learn Dart 2.0quickly and start using it immediately.Following topics are covered in the course:1. Variables2. Data Types3. Functions4. Operators5. Control Flow6. Exceptions7. ClassesSome basic programming knowledge is assumed.
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