Google has released the new web programming language, DART. After the unveiling back in October 2011, this is the first time that the developers had the chance to see the new Google web language.
Designers at Google claim that DART will improve web browsing speeds. They have used the available Mac and Linux binaries for incorporating the Dart VM into Chromium.
The open source ‘batteries included’ Dart platform will help developers to create complex, high performance apps for the modern web.
Through this preview, you can test your DART programs running openly on the DART VM in Chromium, thereby avoiding a separate compilation step. In the coming days, the testing programs will benefit from VM’s faster performance and lower startup latency.
Since this is a technology preview, they have reminded that Chromium with integrated DART VM should not be employed for daily browsing. They will comprise DART VM on Chrome after testing developer feedback in the coming days.