Overview: Web Libraries

The Dart SDK contains dart:html and other libraries that provide low-level web APIs. You can supplement or replace these APIs using web packages, such as those in the AngularDart framework.

SDK libraries

The Dart SDK contains dart:html and other libraries that provide low-level web APIs.

Low-level web tutorials
An overview of DOM, CSS, and HTML concepts, with information on how to include a Dart script in an HTML page and how to add and remove elements from a web page. These tutorials feature interactive examples in DartPad.
Tour of the dart:html library
An example-driven tour of using the dart:html library. Topics include manipulating the DOM programmatically, making HTTP requests, and using WebSockets.
dart:html API reference
Complete reference documentation for the dart:html library.

Web packages

Many packages support web development with Dart. Here are a few:

Library Packages Notes
AngularDart angular* Useful for complex apps that support features such as event handling and dependency injection. More info: AngularDart documentation, AngularDart Components
Material Design md_core, m4d_components Basic Material Design components.
React react Bindings for the ReactJS library.
Vue vue Bindings for the Vue.js library.

To find more libraries that support writing web apps, search for web packages.

JS interop

With the js package,, also known as package:js, you can use one of the many existing libraries written in JavaScript. For help using the js package, see the following:

A tool that generates Dart code from JavaScript libraries that have TypeScript type definitions.
Examples of using the js package, with comparisons to old code that uses the dart:js library.
Packages that depend on js
Published packages that have js in their pubspec.

Also see the FAQ.