Monthly Archives: November 2017

Kotlin 1.2 Released: Sharing Code between Platforms

Members of our community have translated this blog post into several languages: Today we’re releasing Kotlin 1.2. This is a major new release and a big step on our road towards enabling the use of Kotlin across all components of … Continue reading

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Kotlin/Native v0.4 released: Objective-C interop, WebAssembly and more

We’re happy to announce the release of Kotlin/Native v0.4, KotlinConf 2017 edition! This release adds support for accessing Objective-C APIs on iOS and macOS, WebAssembly target platform, as well as introduces major changes making app development in Kotlin/Native way easier.

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Kotlin 1.1.60 is out

We’re happy to announce the release of Kotlin 1.1.60, a new bugfix and tooling update for Kotlin 1.1. This update: Adds experimental support for Kotlin/JS incremental compilation Adds new features to JSR-305 custom nullability annotations support Brings a lot of … Continue reading

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Kotlin/Native IDE Support Preview

Kotlin/Native is a brand new technology that compiles Kotlin directly to machine code and produces executables that can run without a virtual machine. At KotlinConf 2017, we announced a preview release of development tools for Kotlin/Native. While we have IntelliJ … Continue reading

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KotlinConf Keynote Recap

Today is a great day for the Kotlin community. KotlinConf, the inaugural Kotlin conference, opens today, and we’re really impressed that around 1200 attendees from all over the world have joined us in San Francisco. During the conference keynote, Andrey … Continue reading

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