Dart Lists have a first and a last getter and setter, so you can easily do stuff like this:

var theList = ['banana'];
theList.first = 'apple';
print(theList.last);

But why stop there?

Wouldn't it be cool to also be able to call theList.second or theList.thirdLast?

Or even theList.eigth?

Wonder no more! By harnessing the power of extension methods, this package offers getters and setters for the first and last twenty items of a list!

Libraries

list_getters