This site’s documentation and examples use the 2.1.0 release of the Dart SDK, with the current package versions listed in bold below. Previous and next versions of packages are also shown when they exist.
Angular alpha and beta releases are production quality
Google thoroughly tests each version of AngularDart—even alpha releases—to ensure that our mission-critical apps that depend on Angular continue to work well.
The alpha label indicates that the API is changing, and that the release (or a release after it) might break your code.
For more information, see the documentation for the pub version scheme.
Each example in the AngularDart documentation has a repo under the GitHub organization angular-examples. These example repos are generated from the dart-lang/site-webdev repo, using files under the examples directory.
Other Angular implementations
AngularDart started out with the same codebase as the TypeScript Angular framework, which is documented at angular.io.
Although the code is now separate, the two projects are as similar as possible, while still making the most of Dart features and libraries.