The Dart SDK contains dart:html and other libraries that provide low-level web APIs. You can supplement or replace these APIs using web packages.
The Dart SDK contains dart:html and other libraries that provide low-level web APIs.
- Low-level web tutorials
- An overview of DOM, CSS, and HTML concepts, with information on how to include a Dart script in an HTML page and how to add and remove elements from a web page. These tutorials feature interactive examples in DartPad.
- The dart:html section of the library tour
- An example-driven tour of using the dart:html library. Topics include manipulating the DOM programmatically, making HTTP requests, and using WebSockets.
- dart:html API reference
- Complete reference documentation for the dart:html library.
Many packages support web development with Dart. In particular, the Flutter framework has web support, in addition to mobile, desktop, and embedded device support.
Here are a few packages that are web-specific:
|Material Design||mdc_web||Bindings for Material Components for the web.|
|Mustache templates||mustache_template||Support for the Mustache templating language.|
|React||react||Bindings for the ReactJS library.|
To find more libraries that support writing web apps, search pub.dev for web packages.