Object-Oriented Programming Fundamentals
Object-oriented programming is a method of representing programmatic ideas that allows for improved abstraction, increased productivity, and better code reuse. Dart is a fully object-oriented programming language, in that it has no concept of primitive data types (primitive meaning “non-object”).1 In Dart, everything is an object. You’ve been using objects since the beginning of this book without even knowing it.
What Is an Object?
An object is an abstraction meant to represent a component of a program. Objects can be created, destroyed, given attributes, and made to perform actions. The metaphors ...