Definition of Dart
Approved as an Ecma standard (ECMA-408), Dart is a general purpose programming language which was created by Google. Its major use is in the creation applications for web, servers, mobiles and Internet of Things devices. Dart possesses a BSD license and is an open source software.
A History of Dart
The GOTO conference took place during 10th – 12th October 2010 at Aarhus, Denmark. It was here that the Dart programming language was revealed for the first time. The Dart project had been initiated by Lars Bak, a Danish programmer famous for his work on virtual machines and contributions to the creation of Google Chrome browsers and Kasper Lund, a software engineer.
Around six months later, in December 2014, yet another edition of the Dart language specification was approved by Ecma International. It is the second edition of the Dart language specification.