Run your first Dart example in Android Studio

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In this article I'm going to show you how to create a simple Dart example on Android Studio and run it successfully. First and foremost, make sure that you have already installed the Dart Plugin in Android Studio, otherwise you can refer to the following article:
Note that apart from Android Studio, there are a lot of IDE(s) in support of Dart programming, such as Visual Studio Code, IntelliJ IDEA, etc. Thus, the following articles may be useful for you:

2- The first Dart example with Android Studio

First, create the MyFirstDartProject folder.
Secondly, on Android Studio, open the folder you have just created.
  • File > Open
Then create a new file:
  • File > New > File > MyFirstDart.dart

main() {

  print("Hello World!");
Next, you need to configure to tell Android Studio that this is a Dart project, so offer support to it.
  • File > Settings... > Languages / Frameworks > Dart
After that, declare your Dart SDK location.
To run the Dart file on Android Studio you need to add a configuration.
We will create a Configuration to run the Dart file based on an available Template. Select:
  • Template > Dart Command Line App > Create configuration
Enter the configuration name and the location of the Dart file.
Now run the Dart file:

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