It seems like new programming languages are coming out all the time. Some of these languages are highly specialized and difficult to learn – meaning that they are likely to be of interest only to a very small set of programmers. But when an industry heavyweight like Google puts out a new language, and that language is meant to compete with (or perhaps even eventually replace) one of the most well-established client side programming languages out there, it's worth taking at least a look to see what that new language is all about.
The bottom line is that it is still probably a little too early to spend much time trying to learn the ins and outs of the Dart programming language. Unfortunately, without significant browser support it might take a long time before there is enough of a reason to start learning Dart, unless you simply enjoy the process of learning a new programming language.
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