The first Technology Preview of Kotlin/Native is here. Making arbitrary Kotlin/JVM programs runnable on Kotlin/Native or Kotlin/JS is *not* what JetBrains aims to achieve, though — making Kotlin usable throughout a modern application is.
Jooby 1.1 is here. Kotlin support is definitely the most exciting feature in this release but it’s not the only reason why you should take a closer look at this micro web framework for Java.
The first bugfix update for Kotlin 1.1 is here — its aim is to address regressions causing incorrect code generation.
It’s been less than two months since Kotlin 1.1 reached beta but now it’s here — Kotlin 1.1 is “a big step forward enabling the use of Kotlin in many new scenarios.” Let’s find out why.
The second beta release of Kotlin 1.1 was published in early February. Now Kotlin 1.1 is ready for its release candidate phase.
JetBrains announced in late January that Kotlin 1.1 has reached beta. We invited Hadi Hariri, VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains, to talk about Kotlin’s strengths and the upcoming 1.1 and to answer the question that’s on everyone’s lips: What does the future hold for Kotlin?
JetBrains announced less than a week ago that Kotlin 1.1 has reached beta. Now the team has revealed that they are going to make their artifacts more friendly to the Java platform module system.
Kotlin 1.1 has reached beta. Let’s see what’s coming (fairly soon!) in 1.1.
Kotlin already looks like a tool that is going to improve productivity significantly. We anticipate that it is definitely going to reduce the pain points faced by Java developers. Here is why we think Kotlin will be the next big thing for the Java community.
Now that IntelliJ IDEA 2016.2, JetBrains’ second update planned for this year, has been released, it’s time for IntelliJ IDEA 2016.2.1 EAP. This EAP build updates the bundled Kotlin plugin version to 1.0.3. Stay tuned for more updates!