Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Top 5 Live Websites Already Using The Dart Language

Update Mar 2015 -

Here's an updated Top Ten List of Dart websites and companies who use Dart.



Update Jan 2015 -

This post is from 2013. For a more extensive and up to date list, please see 'Who Uses Dart' on the official Dart site. Thanks!



The Dart is still heading towards that magical 1.0 release but that is not stopping pioneering developers using the language. It is not just limited to internal tools. Already there are several live public websites running real applications in Dart. Let's take a look at them.



Google's German Election Map was written using Dart. It provides a Google Maps display of the results by district. "Dart is used for the UI, and to draw the district boundaries".




Staying with maps for a moment, Counties Power Outages is a New Zealand site for tracking power faults and scheduled work.



VectorShapes describes itself as 'an App Bazaar for designers, artists and developers looking for different ways to incorporate web technology into their craft'. This site was built with Dart and SVG and is well worth a look.


 
Blossom is a 'Lean Product Management' web tool written in Dart and has been in production since early this year. The tool is aimed at start ups but has some big names in its Happy Customers list.



Finally Woven a new community site "Woven is a Miami-based startup dedicated to helping groups work together more effectively. We’re building an online platform that helps groups coordinate their activities around a shared cause."

Feel free to leave a link to your Dart Language powered website in the comments below!