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Hey @teknohipy , I use Visual Studio Code with this extension. Also, I've launched a new blog at creativebracket.com. Do check it out for more tutorials :)

 

Thanks man, i'll try it out. Will check out your blog too.

IDE choices aside though... what else is needed to build your code into an actual working program?

(like i asked "What makes it 'just work' in a DartPad?")

It seems, "DartPad" just gives console printouts, for those who don't have an IDE... but, unless your code actually runs in an IDE, producing output (ie console printouts) can you really call it a working program!

what else is needed to build your code into an actual working program?

The webdev tool by the Dart team handles serving and bundling web-based projects. It works out-the-box with the project structure below:

web
  style.css
  main.dart
  index.html
pubspec.yaml

It would be a good idea to look at stagehand by the Dart team. It generates the scaffolding for a project including the necessary packages. I've got some video tutorials on my YouTube channel going through this.

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