Kotlin News: 1.7.20-RC, kotlinx.serialization 1.4.0, KotlinConf Call for Speakers, and More
Kotlin 1.7.20-RC Released
Here are some highlights from this preview version of Kotlin:
- K2 now supports several new plugins.
- A preview of the ..< operator for open-ended ranges has been added.
- The K/N memory manager is enabled by default.
- Inline classes with generic underlying type (experimental) have been added.
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kotlinx.serialization 1.4.0 Is Out
Check out the new exciting features and updates the latest
kotlinx.serialization 1.4.0 release brings:
- Integration with Okio’s
- Inline classes and unsigned numbers no longer require experimental annotations.
- Part of
SerializationException’s hierarchy is now public.
- Moving documentation from GitHub pages to kotlinlang.org.
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Watch New Videos
Compose in Cash App with Jake Wharton and Saket Narayan
In the latest episode of Talking Kotlin, we speak with Jake Wharton and Saket Narayan about how they use Compose not only for UIs, but for managing state and data throughout the whole Cash App and why “it is time for XML to die.”
Design Patterns in Kotlin Episode #2
The author of “Kotlin Design Patterns and Best Practices” presents decorator and proxy patterns! Together, Alexey Soshin and Sebastian Aigner walk us through a typical example case that shows where these patterns shine, which also illustrates why Alexey would rather have them be called “wrapper” patterns.
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Code With Me is a built-in feature of IntelliJ-based IDEs for collaborative programming that enables developers to work on the same code base in real time, even remotely. They can fix bugs, simultaneously edit the code, navigate and review code, and mentor and help each other. All of this makes Code With Me an excellent tool for those who code, learn, or teach in Kotlin.
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