Join Us for a Live Introduction to Algorithmic Challenges in Kotlin!
Are you preparing for technical interviews, or do you simply want to master algorithms? Join us for a practical livestream where we’ll introduce the Algorithmic Challenges in Kotlin course!
Kotlin News: KotlinConf 2024 Tickets, Compose Multiplatform 1.5.0, Grants Program Winners, and More
KotlinConf 2024 Tickets, Kotlin Multiplatform Naming Update, Grants Program Winners, and other Kotlin news!
Compose Multiplatform 1.5.0 Release
As of today, Compose Multiplatform 1.5.0 is available for you to use. Check out the highlights from this release.
Win a Trip to KotlinConf’24 in the Kotlin Multiplatform Contest!
Are you a student or recent graduate? Create a cross-platform project in Kotlin, if your entry takes one of the top spots, you’ll win a trip to KotlinConf'24!
Exposed moving forward
Exposed is a lightweight DAO for working with data, written purely in Kotlin. Find out more about what's on the roadmap and the plans moving forward.
Help Us Improve the Performance of Your Compose Multiplatform Apps
We’ve released performance improvements in Compose Multiplatform 1.5.0-beta01. We need your feedback to keep making this already powerful UI framework even better!
Harnessing the Power of the Kotlin DSL for Documentation
DSL? What DSL?The essence of the Kotlin DSLDemonstrationThree key strengths of our approachSeparation of ConcernsDocs-as-Code on a whole new levelExtensibilityWhy Kotlin?Do I need to be a coder to use the Kotlin DSL?Conclusion This material was initially presented at the API The Docs Conference i…
Update on the Name of Kotlin Multiplatform
From now on, “Kotlin Multiplatform” (KMP) is the preferred term when referring to the Kotlin technology for sharing code across different platforms, regardless of the combination of targets being discussed.
Kotlin News: 1.9.0 Is Here, Compose Multiplatform for iOS, Kotlin Notebook, and More
Kotlin 1.9.0, Compose Multiplatform for iOS (Alpha), the Kotlin Notebook plugin for IntelliJ IDEA, and other Kotlin news!
Kudos to New Kotlin Multiplatform Content Creators!
We’re sharing another round of content pieces about Kotlin Multiplatform created by community members.
Kotlin 1.9.0 Released
Kotlin 1.9.0 has been released! Highlights include: Kotlin K2 for JVM is in Beta, other K2 compiler updates, new enum class values function, new operator for open-ended ranges, preview of Gradle configuration cache in Kotlin Multiplatform, changes for Android target support in Kotlin Multiplatform, preview of custom memory allocator in Kotlin/Native. Learn more!
Teach Kotlin Now With Our New Pre-made Course
An important milestone of our educational initiatives is the release of a freely available semester-long Programming in Kotlin curriculum. The Programming in Kotlin course includes slides for 11 lectures covering core Kotlin programming language concepts complete with speaker notes. The course comes with assessment resources, such as quizzes, three tests, and four homework assignments with hands-on coding exercises. You can use the curriculum as-is or adjust it to fit your educational needs.