This week's Refcard is on the upstart web scripting language out of Google, Dart. Today we have an interview to share with the card's author, Chris Buckett. Chris is probably one of the biggest champions in the community for Dart. He's a Google Developer Expert, the maintainer of blog.dartwatch.com , and the author of Dart in Action. Let's jump right in...
Tell us about your professional history and how it informed your authorship of the Core Dart Refcard.
Dart brings the same level of tooling that server-side developers traditionally expect, opening up the possibility of developing client-side browser apps to a whole new breed of developers.
What makes the Core Dart Refcard a must-have reference for Dart developers?
What are some other useful tutorials or resources that you would suggest for developers who are interested in Dart?
The dartlang.org website has an excellent tutorial callled "A Game of Darts" that is growing all the time. You can also find numerous articles on the dartlang website, some containing information about how to use specific APIs, and others discussing technical decisions as Dart was being created. To keep up to date with the latest Dart news, sign up for the weekly Dart newsletter at http://dartweekly.com , or if you prefer your news to be more realtime, follow the #dartlang hashtag on Google+ and Twitter.
Can I run Dart applications in browsers apart from Chrome?