|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Tuesday, 24 November 2015|
The other main improvement to the new version is to secure networking. Dart has changed to using BoringSSL, a streamlined, Google-maintained implementation of OpenSSL. The change means the developers have updated related APIs to use a standard PEM file for certificates and keys.
Some commentators doubt whether Google will continue work on Dart, pointing out that:
"Google also has Angular 2.0 which is written in typescript. With TypeScript and ES 6.0 Dart will probably be abandoned."
However, as Google moved Dart to Github earlier in the year, the language could continue no matter what Google does.
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|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 24 November 2015 )|