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Announcing Dart 2.1

The Dart 2.1 release is now available. This update to Dart 2 offers smaller code size, faster type checks, better usability for type errors, and new language features to improve productivity when building user experiences.

See our Medium post for the full announcement.

Announcing Dart 2 Stable and the Dart Web Platform

The stable release of Dart 2 is now available, including a rewrite of the Dart web platform that offers a unique combination of productivity, performance, and scalability.

See our Medium post for the full announcement.

Getting packages ready for Dart 2

And making your packages look great on the Pub site!
We expect the Dart 2 release to graduate to stable in the immediate future. Thus, it’s critical that you migrate your code — especially any packages you have published — to be Dart 2 compatible now!
To support this work we’ve made some enhancements to the Pub site to better show potential issues. See our Medium post for full details.

Announcing Dart 2: Optimized for Client-Side Development

Today, we’re announcing Dart 2, a reboot of the language to embrace our vision of Dart: as a language uniquely optimized for client-side development for web and mobile.

See our Medium post for the full announcement.

Flutter plugin v21 now available -- Introducing the NEW Flutter Inspector

Flutter Inspector

We’re very excited to be able to announce the first version of the Flutter Inspector for IntelliJ and Android Studio! It will be featured in a talk at DartConf in LA (Wednesday, Jan. 24, 10am Pacific time) and will be live streamed on the DartConf website and on the Google Developers channel on Youtube. Be sure to watch it.

The inspector makes it much easier to understand why your application is rendering the way it does. It allows you to:  View the UI structure of your app as a tree of widgets. Select a point on your device or simulator and find the corresponding Widget that rendered those pixels. View properties for individual widgets. Generally, better understand layout issues.  The inspector view can be opened via View > Tool Windows > Flutter Inspector (it shows content only when an app is running). To inspect a specific widget, select the ‘Toggle inspect mode’ action in the toolbar, then click on the desired widget on the phone or simulator. The widget will …