Author Archives: Roman Belov

Kotlin/Native Plugin Update

Greetings Kotlin fans, A New Year is coming and we are truly happy to make the last announcement of 2017. We’ve just released the update for Kotlin/Native plugin for CLion. It brings support for Kotlin/Native platform v0.5 which was published … Continue reading

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Webinar recording: Developing Multiplatform Projects in Kotlin 1.2

Last week the webinar “Developing Multiplatform Projects in Kotlin 1.2” took place. Thanks to all participants for coming and good questions. Today we are happy to publish the recording of it. Don’t hesitate to suggest more themes for new webinars … 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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Kotlin Census 2017

Hello! Every year we run the Kotlin Census survey so we can get the latest feedback from you, and how you are using Kotlin in your projects. If you still don’t use Kotlin, we would like to understand your reasons … Continue reading

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Kotlin 1.2 Beta is out

We’re happy to announce the Beta release for Kotlin 1.2. With this release, we’re unveiling the major new feature of Kotlin 1.2 – experimental support for multiplatform projects. Also, the language and standard library are now feature complete – all … Continue reading

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Kotlin 1.1 is also for Android Developers

This is a guest blog post from Antonio Leiva — Android engineer, trainer and author of the “Kotlin for Android Developers” book. We’re all really excited about the release of Kotlin 1.1. The new features this release includes are extremely … Continue reading

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Kotlin 1.1 Released with JavaScript Support, Coroutines and more

Members of our community have translated this blog post into several languages: Today we release Kotlin 1.1. It’s a big step forward enabling the use of Kotlin in many new scenarios, and we hope that you’ll enjoy it. Our vision … Continue reading

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Kotlin census: call to action

Hey @coursera use @kotlin rocks, but there’s no need to show it in the application name 😁😁 pic.twitter.com/XmDsUENR8C — David Lázaro (@_dlazaro) July 18, 2016 Many times we’re asked by people working with or planning to work with Kotlin, what … Continue reading

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Calling on EAPers

At JetBrains we’ve always believed in our Early Access Program for our tools, giving developers a chance to use the latest features or fixes as soon as they’re ready. We’ve followed the same philosophy with Kotlin, knowing of course that … Continue reading

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Kotlin 1.0.3 Is Here!

We are delighted to present Kotlin 1.0.3. This update is not full of brand new and shiny features, it is more about bug fixes, tooling improvements and performance boosts. That’s why you’ll like it 😉 Take a look at the … Continue reading

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