Tag Archives: Release
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.
Two months ago we released M6 and we’re now ready with another update containing a bunch of goodies.
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.
Kotlin M5.3 brings support for IntelliJ IDEA 13 and some new features for you to check out. We are moving towards powerful runtime support, including reflection and other framework-enabling features. This milestone marks our first steps in that direction.
Another update of Kotlin comes out today. Welcome Kotlin M5.2.
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
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
Today we roll out Kotlin M4 (from under snow). This post gives an overview of new features and other things this milestone brings.
Last time I wrote about a new exciting feature in “the upcoming Kotlin M3″. Today, Kotlin M3 is not “upcoming” any more, it’s here. This post gives an overview of the new milestone.