When you’re ready to create an app, get the SDK and tools for your app type. If you aren’t sure which tools you need, get the Flutter SDK.
|App type||Get started instructions||Tool information|
|Flutter (mobile and more)||Install Flutter||Flutter tools|
|Web app (non-Flutter)||Install the Dart SDK||General-purpose tools and web tools|
|Server or command line||Install the Dart SDK||General-purpose tools and specialized tools|
The following tools support the Dart language on all platforms.
a great, no-download-required way to learn Dart syntax
and to experiment with Dart language features.
It supports Dart’s core libraries,
except for VM libraries such as
IDEs and editors
Dart plugins exist for these commonly used IDEs.
The following Dart plugins are also available, thanks to the Dart community.
A Language Server Protocol implementation is also available for LSP-capable editors that don’t have specific Dart extensions.
The Dart SDK includes the following general-purpose
- A command-line interface (CLI) for creating, formatting, analyzing, testing, documenting, compiling, and running Dart code, as well as working with the pub package manager.
- Dart DevTools
- A suite of debugging and performance tools.
Tool for developing web apps
The following tool supports developing web apps:
- A CLI to build and serve Dart web apps.
Tools for developing command-line apps and servers
The following tools support developing or running command-line apps and servers:
- Use the
dart runcommand to run uncompiled Dart command-line apps and some kinds of snapshots.
- Use this Dart runtime to run AOT snapshots.