Performance on the Richards benchmark is 25 percent better than the first release, which Google made a point to emphasize in particular, while performance of the newest benchmark, FluidMotion, has doubled since November. Overall, Google says this release delivers a set of compatible updates that “makes applications easier to develop and faster for end users.”
As a result of growing interest in Dart for server solutions, the company also added a number of enhancements for server-side Dart, including support for large files, file copying, process signal handlers, and terminal information. This release also includes support for UDP, which Google hopes will help developers write more efficient media streaming apps.
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