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Dart programming language

Dart is an open source, structured Web programming language developed by Google and announced to the public in 2011. Google intended this Web programming language to replace JavaScript, as it addresses several key problems with the JavaScript language.

The Dart language is class-based and object oriented language with C-style syntax. Google engineers describe Dart as "easy to write development tools for, well-suited to modern app development and capable of high-performance implementations."

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