Kotlin 1.0 is a programming language made by JetBrains, the creator of the popular IntelliJ IDEA development environment. This programming language for the JVM and Android focuses on safety, interoperability, clarity and tooling support and combines OO and functional features.
Kotlin 1.0 is now available in beta mode after 14 milestone releases. JetBrains’ JVM language, developed over a period of four years, packs in Java interoperability, changes to the language itself as well as IDE improvements. Test it now!
The JVM language Kotlin is celebrating its 11th release with over 220 bug fixes and a surprise for Android developers.
Can everything in our web application be reusable and statically type checked? Everything, from markup to client scripting. Andrey Breslav tells how it is indeed possible with Kotlin.
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A milestone has arrived for Kotlin after hard work over the summer
The open source language being developed at JetBrains HQ gets its second outing, improving on the first glimpse and offering some new tidbits to the Java alternative
It may seem like a normal maintenance release but the Grails Swing hybrid framework Griffon is making a charge ahead of a first full release.
JetBrains has announced the open-sourcing of its high-level, Java-compatible language, Kotlin
The aim for Kotlin – Java-compatible but faster, safer and concise. In other words, a Scala simplifier.
PLUS, GroovyServ 0.9 released, and the Kotlin issue tracker opened to public.
New, statically-typed JVM-targeted programming language from JetBrains.