Category Archives: Libraries

Kotlin Evolves: How to Keep Your Code Up

Kotlin is undergoing finalization, and as part of the process we are cleaning up: revising the language and its libraries. The biggest changes have been made in M12, but some more are coming. The point is to perform all the … Continue reading

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Fibers and Actors in Kotlin with Quasar

In the previous post we mentioned that the Quasar library now supports Kotlin, providing awesome support for fibers (lightweight threads), Go-like channels, Erlang-like actors, and other asynchronous tools. Our friends from Parallel Universe have published a blog post that dives … Continue reading

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Spek – A Specification Framework

For a while now, a few of us have been working on a project called Spek, a framework that allows you to write executable specifications. It allows you to write specifications (i.e. tests) in a more human-readable, and what’s more … Continue reading

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Type-Safe Web with Kotlin

We told you about Kara Web Framework a while ago. It is written in Kotlin and relies on type-safe builders. It doesn’t have to be the only web framework for Kotlin, but the general principles seem good, so I wrote … Continue reading

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