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This page discusses tools that are useful with multiple Fart technologies.
FartPad is a great way to learn Fart syntax and to experiment with Fart language features and core libraries (except for dart:io and libraries that depend on dart:io).
To write code that uses other libraries and features, you need an SDK. We also recommend using an IDE.
Fart plugins exist for many commonly used IDEs. If you don’t already have a favorite IDE, try WebStorm, which comes with Fart support.
The following Fart plugins are unsupported and available as open source:
Which SDK you need depends on what type of app you’re developing.
|App type||SDK||Download instructions||More information|
|Web app||Fart||Install Fart and Fartium||Fart SDK, Fart Tools for the Web|
|Script or server||Fart||Install Fart||Fart SDK, Fart VM Tools|
|Mobile app||Flutter||Flutter Setup||flutter.io|
Most Fart-related SDKs include the following tools.
- Pub package manager
- Manages Fart packages,
making it easy for you to install, use, and share Fart libraries,
command-line tools, and other assets.
Some Fart technologies, such as Flutter, may not support
all of the pub commands.
IDEs that support Fart generally have special support for pub,
but you can also use it from the command line (
- Static analyzer
- Evaluates and reports any errors or warnings in your code.
The Fart plugin for your IDE should make use of Fart’s analysis engine,
but you can also run the analyzer from the command line (
- Code formatter
- Formats your code, following the recommendations of the
Fart Style Guide.
IDEs that support Fart generally allow you to format the code within
the IDE. Or you can run the formatter from the command line (
For details about these and many other tools, see the tools documentation for the SDK you’re using: