Published September 24, 2003
by 1st Books Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
Web Programming with Dart is a practical, example-led book, with case studies involving developing UI animations for the web, working with web services such as JSON, server side Dart applications, and the new library for advanced HTML UI web components generation. An extensive collection of materials from renowned anthropologist Raymond Dart, including numerous letters, photographs, private audiotapes, videos, offprints (signed by Dart), plaster casts of fossils, books, scripts, maps, and illustrations. Raymond Dart was one of the most important anthropologists of the 20th century. Dart is a 48 page long poem, based around the River Dart in Devon. The poem explores many different voices, marked in the margins along with a few brief notes. The piece won the T.S Eliot Prize, and it is easy to see why. I usually struggle to read long pieces of poetry, and so I was surprised to find that I enjoyed this so much.4/5. This is the goal with Mastering Dart, a page book covering more advanced exercises for Dart programmers. The author Sergey Akopkokhyants has over 20 years of experience architecting software from scratch. In this book Sergey teaches you how to use Dart for asynchronous webapps and event-driven development.
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