Dart is an open-source, scalable programming language, with robust libraries and runtimes, for building web, server, and mobile apps.
A new Dart Editor build is available at www.dartlang.org/editor. Changes include:
You can now debug command-line applications from the editor! This was a long-awaited feature.
The command-line dart_analyzer tool is now available in the Windows SDK (dart-sdk/bin/dart_analyzer.bat).
Various Windows bug fixes and UX cleanup.
Several changes in support of building Chrome Apps:
Add a setting to allow the user to pass custom flags to dart2js (like --disallow-unsafe-eval). To configure this, right-click on a project and choose 'Properties'.
Added a manifest.json editor.
Improved support for Dart code in html files
Analysis for inline scripts.
Package version information is now shown in the Files View
The Problems view can now optionally just show problems for the currently selected project.
Improved css and yaml editors
Filter log entries during test execution
Various analysis, editor, theming and refactoring fixes
And as always,view the changelog for the full list of changes, and to get started with the Editor see our tutorial.