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We’ll talk later about each view and how to configure them to get the most of the Dart Editor and improve your developments. Preferences and Views You have learned the main Dart Editor functions, views, and tools. Let’s see how you can configure the editor and predefined views. If you want to see all the available views in Dart Editor, you can display them using the Tools menu, as shown in Figure 3-19. info Chapter 3 ■ Making the Most of the Dart Editor Figure 3-19. Dart Editor views Breakpoints: view that lets you to have quick access to the breakpoints set in your projects.
In our full Dart Editor sample screenshot (Figure 3-13) we’ve shown you the Debugger View and the Tools Output View. You can use this particular configuration or add additional views that fit your needs. We’re going to use this particular configuration to show you the Debugger View options and how you can stack up all the views you need (Figure 3-15). Figure 3-15. info Chapter 3 ■ Making the Most of the Dart Editor As we previously saw, in the Debugger view you have shortcuts to the main debug functions.
By clicking on it you will create a new application, as shown in Figure 3-9. You can also access this from the menu File ➤ New project. info Chapter 3 ■ Making the Most of the Dart Editor Figure 3-9. Creating your first Dart application When you select the option Create a new project, a dialog will show up. In this dialog window you must enter the name of your new project. In our case we’ve selected first_test, select the destination folder for the project, by default Dart Editor will suggest one, and you must select the application type from the sample content frame.