Imagine developing a board game and the player has to use the keyboard to move the pieces; this wouldn't be acceptable anymore. Before HTML5, drag-and-drop using the mouse was a feature that had to be implemented through an external library like Dojo or jQuery. However, HTML5 provides native browser support to make nearly every element on a web page draggable, thus allowing more user-friendly web apps. This recipe shows you how to implement drag-and-drop (abbreviated as DnD) with Dart.
drag_drop project. The result is a board of images as shown in the following screenshot, where the images are draggable and you can swap an image with any other image, as shown in the following screenshot: