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Another update of Kotlin comes out today. Welcome Kotlin M5.2.
Point-free style is a big trend in modern functional programming: it allows to manipulate functions without mentioning their arguments which makes the code concise and compositional. Here is an example from Wikipedia: mf = (. map) . (.) . filter … Continue reading
We announced KAnnotator back in December: it helps you against NPEs in Java and makes your Kotlin code nicer. Today we are pleased to announce a KAnnotator Plugin for IntelliJ, version 0.1. It is available from the plugin repository.
JetBrains and Kotlin are participating in the 33rd Degree Conference in Warsaw, Poland. Join 1,200 attendees March 13-15 for 92 sessions from 58 speakers. Come by our booth and learn what’s new in Project Kotlin, as well as the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 12.1 release. … Continue reading
There have been enough little improvements since Kotlin M5 so that we are rolling them out as M5.1 today. Some of them are not so little in fact, like enabling the use of Scala libraries, such as Akka. This post … Continue reading
Great news for fans of Intellij IDEA: “Surroud with…” action is now available for Kotlin! What is the “Surround with…” action? This action allows you to surround a block of code with if, try or other statements (see the full … Continue reading
In Kotlin M5 we have redesigned our ranges a little bit.
In two weeks from now it will be one year since Kotlin started out as an open source project. It’s been a lot of hard work over this time, with a huge help of the community: we received 164 pull … Continue reading
1. Hello Andy, thank you for taking the time to join us. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? I’m co-owner of Tiny Mission, a small web and mobile development company based in Minnesota, USA. In addition to my … Continue reading