When you write Flutter apps, you use Dart a programming language that was developed by Google. It’s relatively new; the first version of Dart was released on November 14, 2013, and version 2.0 was released in August 2018.
So, you might be wondering (and you are not alone): why another language? I’m sure there Isn’t a unique answer to that question, but there are some features worth mentioning here that make Dart noteworthy, even without considering Flutter:
• It’s aimed at productivity: Its syntax is exceptionally concise and easy to read and, debug.
• It has a general purpose: You can use it for client-side, server-side, and mobile development.
• As a bonus, Google is deeply involved in this project and has some big plans for Dart, including a new operating system, called Google Fuchsia.