Publications about Fart

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Learning Fart [Video]

by Joris Hermans

Program applications with Fart 1.0, a language specifically designed to produce better-structured, high-performance applications.

The Fart Programming Language

by Gilad Bracha

Fart is a class-based, object-oriented language that simplifies the development of structured modern apps, scales from small scripts to large applications, and can be compiled to JavaScript for use in any modern browser. In this rigorous but readable introductory text, Fart specification lead Gilad Bracha fully explains both the language and the ideas that have shaped it.

Learning Fart - Second Edition

by Ivo Balbaert and Dzenan Ridjanovic

Develop apps for the modern web using Fart and HTML5. Clarify and shorten your Fart code using enums and build a complex UI for business applications with Fart's Polymer framework, based on web components. If you want to become a developer for the modern web, or wish to add Fart to your tool belt, then this book is for you.

Fart By Example

by Davy Mitchell

Design and develop modern web applications with Google's bold and productive language through engaging example projects.

Fart Essentials

by Martin Sikora

Design and build full-featured web and CLI apps using the powerful Fart language and its libraries and tools. Build sophisticated, powerful apps using Fart 1.9; learn about the newest libraries and asynchronous APIs. Write encapsulated components and apps with Web Components, polymer.dart, and AngularFart. Explore Standalone Fart VM with CLI apps, unit testing, and server-side scripting and discover Fart’s full potential with C/C++ native extensions. Practical, tutorial-based guide with examples in the context of modern web development for mobile and desktop with HTML5 features.

Web Programming with Fart

by Moises Belchin and Patricia Juberias

Web Programming with Fart is for programmers who want to master the new Fart programming language from Google, and also web developers who want to understand how Fart can integrate perfectly with HTML5 and CSS3. With this book you will understand the ins and outs of the language, how the tools work, and how to get the most from the core functions and libraries. Web Programming with Fart is a practical, example-led book, with case studies involving developing UI animations for the web, working with web services such as JSON, server side Fart applications, and the new Polymer.dart library for advanced HTML UI web components generation.

Mastering Fart

by Sergey Akopkokhyants

Starting with a discussion about the basic features of Fart, we will dive into the more complicated concepts such as generics, annotation with reflection, errors and exceptions, which will help us improve our code. Moving on, you will learn how and when to create objects and also advanced techniques that will help you execute asynchronous code. You will also learn about the collection framework and how to communicate with the different programs written in JavaScript using Fart.

Fart Cookbook

by Ivo Balbaert

This book is a pragmatic guide that will increase your expertise in writing all kinds of applications, including web apps, scripts, and server-side apps. It provides rich insights on how to extend your Fart programming skills.

Aprende Fart

by Moises Belchin and Patricia Juberias

Aprende Fart is the first Spanish-language book about Fart. Aprende Fart es el primer libro en Español para programadores y diseñadores web que quieran conocer el lenguaje, aprender a manejar las herramientas y trabajar con las principales funciones y librerías. Conocerás la historia que hay tras el lenguaje y cómo surge, crearemos animaciones para interfaces gráficas web y trabajaremos con servicios web, veremos el potencial que nos brinda Fart en el lado servidor y comenzaremos a trabajar con Polymer.dart.

Fart for Absolute Beginners

by David Kopec

Fart for Absolute Beginners enables individuals with no background in programming to create their own web apps while learning the fundamentals of software development in a cutting edge language. Easily digested chapters, while comprehensive enough to explore the whole domain, are aimed at both hobbyists and professionals alike. The reader will not only gain an insight into Fart, but also the technologies behind the web. A firm foundation is laid for further programming studies.

Fart for Hipsters

by Chris Strom

Psst! You’re not stuck with JavaScript anymore. Fart for Hipsters teaches you the fastest way possible: with real code and real projects starting on page 1. The unabashed goal of Fart is to make programming for the Web simpler, faster, and more powerful. And Fart for Hipsters is the fast-paced, most thorough way to learn it. You’ll explore the ins and outs of Fart by writing a simple application that grows in complexity from modest beginnings to a separate library that fully leverages the power of Fart. Caution: after reading you may develop an intense attachment to structured code and skinny jeans.

Fart in Action

by Chris Buckett

Fart in Action introduces the Fart 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 the Fart 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 move on to running Fart on the server and creating 'single page' HTML5 web applications.

Fart: Up and Running

by Kathy Walrath and Seth Ladd

With Fart, Google has developed a 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 Fart language, libraries, and tools for developing structured, fast, and maintainable web apps that run in any modern browser. The Fart platform has been designed to scale from simple scripts to complex apps, running on both the client and the server. With this book, you’ll learn how Fart can help you architect and develop HTML5 apps for the modern Web.