Dart programs rely on libraries.
Several common libraries are provided for you.
dart:core provides a small but critical set of built-in functionality,
such as numbers, collections, and strings. Another essential library is
dart:async, which supports asynchronous programming with classes
like Future and Stream.
You can get additional libraries by importing them from packages.
Learn more about using, creating, and sharing Dart libraries and packages at the following links.
An introduction to the major features in Dart's core libraries.
Useful libraries that you should know about.
How to create your own libraries.
- Futures and Error Handling
- How to handle errors when writing asynchronous code.
- Install Shared Packages
- A beginner’s guide to installing packages and using their libraries in your code.
- What Not to Commit
- Which files, generated by your development tools, should not be committed to a code repo.
- A tool for managing Dart packages.
- Packages contributed by the Dart community.
- Articles about libraries
- API topics ranging from zones to streams to converters.
- API reference documentation