Beginning Web Components with Dart
61 Lectures | MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 4 Hours | 661 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Massively simplify web development by using and creating web components with the Dart programming language.
Keeping on top of the latest progress in web development can be daunting. There are always new languages to learn, new applications to create with them, and endless possibilities. Learning web components with Dart is an excellent place to start, however. Whether you're a coding veteran or just dipping your toes, Dart will massively streamline your web development projects by eliminating endless lines of code, implementing complex features with a few clicks, and cutting down on the time and effort it takes to create top notch web components.
Get to Grips with Web Components
Simplify code and boost web development efficiency
Compose custom web components alongside existing ones
Learn Google's new Dart programming language
Use web components from Google and other powerhouses
Future-proof your programming skills
Master Dart Programming in Just a Few Hours
Over the course of 61 lectures and 4 hours of concept you will learn all the ins and outs of the Dart as well as how to create and implement web components using this programming language. You'll cover syntax and usage first and after establishing the groundwork, you'll move on to the nitty gritty of web components. That means learning all about their origins, advantages, features and proper use.
Following that, you'll work on a project that will allow you to put all that theory to practice, creating real world web applications using Dart. When finished, you'll have enough hands-on experience with Dart to be able to apply it to any relevant web development project.
Dart is a new programming language designed specifically for building web, server and mobile apps. It is class based and object oriented, but easy to follow. A wide range of tools, libraries and documentation makes it versatile and perfectly suited for modern web applications.