Jump right in. Use the embedded DartPad below to play with Dart and to experience the language and core APIs. DartPad is a quick and easy way to become familiar with Dart language features. You can also open DartPad in a new window.
Note that DartPad supports only a few core libraries. If you want to use other libraries, such as dart:io or libraries from packages, you’ll need to install an SDK.
Ready for something more?
This website (www.dartlang.org) contains information about the fundamental Dart technologies:
But where do you go when you have a use case in mind?
|Use case||Get started|
|Web||Create an app that runs in any modern browser||Dart webdev|
|Mobile||Create an app from a single codebase that runs on both iOS and Android||Flutter|
|Server||Create a command-line app or server||Dart VM|
If you’re looking for a more guided approach to learning Dart, we recommend you pick up one of the many books about Dart.
Check out the Dart samples.
There are a number of communities and platforms where you can ask, or answer, Dart-related questions. For a list, see Community and Support.