Category Archives: General
Today we release Kotlin M6.2 which brings some interesting and important features. The newly released IntelliJ IDEA 13 is now supported too. Let’s take a look.
Meet JetBrains and Kotlin team members Svetlana Isakova and Aleksei Sedunov, November 11-15, at the sold-out Devoxx Belgium conference. We invite you to stop by our booth for an impromptu demo, some great gifts and a chance to win a free … Continue reading
Kotlin can be freely mixed with Java. That means that you can easily add Kotlin code to an existing Java project. All you need to do is create a new Kotlin file (*.kt) and tell the environment to use Kotlin. … Continue reading
Two months ago we released M6 and we’re now ready with another update containing a bunch of goodies.
With the release of M6, we announced support for Android Studio. Let’s take a deeper look at how to get up and running with Android Studio and Kotlin.
We’ve reached our sixth milestone, and with it, have some great features in store, both in terms of language improvements as well as tooling.
Type systems… We all know they are cool. In a static language, like Kotlin, the type system is the one responsible for early detection of errors. Many tools (e.g. an IDE with its refactoring abilities) also rely on the type … Continue reading
Kotlin is designed so that there’s no such thing as a “static member” in a class. If you have a function in a class, it can only be called on instances of this class. If you need something that is not … Continue reading