Don’t let the number fool you! it may be a minor release but it brings some major improvements. From improvements to the compiler and IDE to building multiplatform projects via Gradle Kotlin DSL, Kotlin 1.3.20 features an extensive list of changes. Let’s have a closer look.
Last week, we invited you to participate in our poll letting us know which programming languages are on your list for 2019. With over 1000 replies, the time has come to have a look at the results and what the JAXenter community has to say.
Things move fast in the Javalin world. With a release cycle that drops nearly every month, big things are happening. We check in to see what’s new, including server-side events, app extensions, and more!
We are still not done with the 2018 reviews! Today, we take a look at the most interesting highlights from the Pluralsight Tech Index 2018 mini report. Is Dart the next big thing?
Now that we are done with the experts’ tech predictions for 2019, it is time to turn our attention to you. Participate in our poll and let us know which languages will be relevant, interesting or exciting in 2019.
Kotlin has gained the attention of many programmers lately, and for a good reason! In this article, Vikash Kumar shows you what this language has to offer and how to compares to Java. Get ready to make your first Kotlin app.
Fans of Kotlin: add another library to your list. Kweb is a Kotlin library for building web applications. This little library has some tricks up its sleeves. Aren’t head over heels in love with Kotlin yet? We give you a few reasons to try this programming language out!
2019 is just around the corner so we’d like to find out which technologies will dominate next year, which technologies will fall behind and what’s going to stay static. We received over 350 votes so we humbly thank you for your participation.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had a new IntelliJ IDEA release, the beginning of a new chapter with the release of Angular v7.1, and many more!
We are already familiar with Ktor but it is time to welcome it officially with this first milestone release. Ktor 1.0 is live so let’s waste no more time and see what it has to offer.
We’ve already gone over our favorite IDEs and text editors for Kotlin, now we’re taking a look at libraries! In honor of the recently released Kotlin 1.3, today we’re going to explore some of our favorite libraries to really extend our use of Kotlin.
Javalin doesn’t believe in wasting time. This lightweight web framework has had four updates in four months. We take a look at what’s up with this beautiful mix of Java and Kotlin: new classes, improved Java support, and WebSocket improvements.
We’ve been talking about coroutines for the past three months and now they are finally here (and stable!). But that’s not all Kotlin 1.3 has to offer; it arrives with a bunch of libraries, build tools, and learning materials in tow. Let’s have a closer look at what’s included in this release.
Want a safe place to manipulate your JSON data? Written in Kotlin, Haven was designed to be a simple, concise library for JSON users. Make JSON safely accessible again with Haven!