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Kathy is a technical writer who's worked on docs for Chrome and other developer APIs at Google since 2006. Before that, she worked at Sun, NeXT, and HP. Back when the web was young, she wrote the first doc to help developers write Java applets. She also co-created The Java Tutorial and maintained it for a very long time. Seth is a Developer Advocate with the Chrome team. He is a conference organizer (Aloha on Rails, New Game), author (Expert Spring MVC), helped publish Angry Birds for the web, and is a big fan of HTML5 and the modern web.

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Great book for people who need to decide if they should use Dart 13. Mai 2013
Von Christian Grobmeier - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Recently I got the book "Dart: Up and Running" written by Kathy Walrath and Seth Ladd. Both authors are well-known in the Dart community. Kathy is responsible for so much great docs on dartlang.org and Seth was the Dart-Ambassador since the language first faced the world (or even earlier, who knows). Definitely you want to meet at least one of them in your favorite coffee shop when you are running into Dart related trouble.

The Book itself is one of the first of its kind. Currently I know about two more Books on Dart, but thats it. As the language still progresses and changes are flowing in every day, it is a difficult matter to write a books about Dart. Kathy and Seth decided to write a short but valuable book, tailored for the busy developer who wants to get an overview on the Dart eco system. With that in mind most of the content will be valid for quite a while.

Actually you can read everything you need to get started quickly. After a brief introduction of the "whats hot" kind you'll be introduced into the Dart syntax. You'll see a lot of the great language features Dart supports, like named Constructors or the Cascade Operator.

The second chapter is a tour through the current Dart libraries, like for working with Isolates, HTML manipulation or I/O. It is a brief read which shows you what you can do with it, but doesn't exhaust all possibilities. Of course a chapter on the great Dart toolset is not missing. If you ever wondered why people are so excited on Dart, this one of the reasons: the Editor and Dependency Resolver (aka Pub) is already built-in. The chapter introduces all of them and points you into the right direction when you are just starting. Finally the book ends with an example chapter.

This book is one of the kind you need to have on your desk until you know it from mind. It is an easy to read, easy to understand book which helps you to get started quickly. Don't expect Kathy & Seth will explain object oriented paradigmas to you: it is really focused on the language itself.

If you are curious and would like to read more on the book I have some good - no GREAT - news for you. The whole book can be read online and free of charge. Just head on to the "Dart: Up and running website" and start hacking today:

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I also would like to mention that the books text and all source code examples are available on GitHub.
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Please note, while the printed book version is surely nice, the online book will differ from it as the language improves quickly.

Also if you prefer a more in-depth look into Dart, you should look into Dart in Action from Chris Buckett (also see my review there). While this book focuses to show you the primary goals of the language, "Dart in Action" is more a practical guide to Dart programming and should be preferred by anybody who already decided to learn the Dart language.

About the review author:

Christian is an Open Source developer, focussing on web technologies. He is mainly active in the Apache Software Foundation, but also very interested in Dart. Besides Open Source, he works as independent Software Developer & Trainer. He founded Time & Bill, a free time tracking tool: [...]

More on Dart, the author of this review or other technical topics can be found at his website: [...]
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Good introduction to dart , but a little outdated 25. Juli 2013
Von Lars Tackmann - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
This is a very well written introduction to Dart for people who already know how to program. It's style reminds me of "the c programming language". It is a short and precise while still containing enough "meat" to get you running. It covers all the major areas of dart from syntax and tools to libraries and web programming.

Unfortunately part of the book is by now outdate. On the language level resent changes such as the removal of the ? operator for argument checking and reintroduction of the + operator for strings are not covered. While these are minor changes, in other areas such as libraries Dart has received a major overhaul since this book was written including changed IO and async syntax, a new web library, the addition of meta data, reflection etc

Overall a worthwhile read, the language part of the book is still quite up2date but the library part is by now no longer current.
Good introduction 21. Januar 2014
Von Daniel Maldonado - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Learned a lot from this book in just a few days.
As an experienced developer I expected a few more examples but the book contents gives us a decent intro.
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well done 6. Dezember 2012
Von Steef Jacobson, Ronin Software Inc. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
with this book, Dart is a class-based, object-oriented language with lexical scoping, closures, and optional static typing. Dart helps you build structured modern web apps and is easy to learn. Very well organized and clear examples.
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