What is Dart?
Get ready to build modern web apps. This concise book covers the Dart language, libraries, and tools that help you develop structured, fast, and maintainable web apps that run in any modern browser. The Dart platform has been designed to scale from simple scripts to complex apps, running on both the client and the server. With this book, you can use Dart to architect and develop HTML5 apps for the modern web. more »
Pro Spring MVC with Web Flow
Pro Spring MVC provides in-depth coverage of Spring MVC and Spring Web Flow, two highly customizable and powerful web frameworks brought to you by the developers and community of the Spring Framework.

Spring MVC is a modern web application framework built upon the Spring Framework, and Spring Web Flow is a project that complements Spring MVC for building reusable web controller modules that encapsulate rich page navigation rules. Along with detailed analysis of the code and functionality, plus the first published coverage of Spring Web Flow 2.x, this book includes numerous tips and tricks to help you get the most out of Spring MVC, Spring Web Flow, and web development in general. more »
Dart: Up and Running
Get up to speed on Dart, the web development language that not only matches the dynamic nature of JavaScript, but addresses its problems as well. This practical book gets you up to speed on the language, libraries, and tools for developing structured, fast, and maintainable web apps that run in most browsers.

Google designed the Dart platform to scale from simple scripts to complex apps, running on both the client and the server. With this book, you'll learn how Dart can help you architect and develop HTML5 apps for the modern Web. more »
Dart in Action
Dart in Action introduces Google's Dart language and provides techniques and examples showing how to use it as a viable replacement for Java and JavaScript in browser-based desktop and mobile applications. It begins with a rapid overview of Dart language and tools, including features like interacting with the browser, optional typing, classes, libraries, and concurrency with isolates. After you master the core concepts, you'll move on to running Dart on the server and creating single page HTML5 web applications. more »