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Kotlin 1.3.70 Released

Today we’re happy to present to you the latest version of Kotlin – 1.3.70. This incremental release doesn’t provide any major new features. However, we’ve tried our best to improve the existing functionality, fix issues, and even add experimental things … Continue reading

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Improved *.gradle.kts IDE Support

We have significantly improved the IDE support for Gradle Kotlin DSL scripts (*.gradle.kts files), and we’d like to share some details with you in this blog post. The changes will be publicly available in the Kotlin 1.3.70 release, but you … Continue reading

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Kotlin Heroes 3: A Programming Challenge from JetBrains and Codeforces

Registration for the next Kotlin Heroes coding challenge is open! This will be the third challenge for programmers co-hosted by JetBrains and Codeforces. Register now and save the date, February 27, 13:35 UTC. What is Kotlin Heroes, and why should … Continue reading

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Accelerate Your Kotlin Multiplatform Evaluation with KaMP Kit

JetBrains and Touchlab partner to drive Kotlin Multiplatform adoption in 2020 At JetBrains, we’re very delighted to partner with our good friends at Touchlab to increase the adoption of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile technology in 2020 and beyond. Touchlab has released … Continue reading

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KotlinConf 2019 Materials Are Available on the Website

The KotlinConf session recordings have now all been uploaded to the website, along with the slides if there were any. You can search for a particular talk, or you can watch all of them one by one with the KotlinConf … Continue reading

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Ktor 1.3 Release

Ktor 1.3 was released recently, and we’re happy to share the details with you in this blog post. Ktor consists of two parts: the server engine and a flexible asynchronous HTTP client. The current release focuses mainly on the HTTP … Continue reading

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What to Expect in Kotlin 1.4 and Beyond

During the keynote at KotlinConf, Andrey highlighted our strategic view on the current areas of focus for the evolution of Kotlin, and our plans for Kotlin 1.4 which will be released some time next year. Watch the entire keynote below … Continue reading

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Kotlin 1.3.60 Released

We’re happy to present the new release today, Kotlin 1.3.60. In addition to the quality improvements, this version focuses on: Optimizing the comparison of inline classes. Tooling improvements for debugging, J2K converter, and Gradle scripts written in Kotlin. Support for … Continue reading

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Kotlin 1.3.50 released

We’re happy to announce the release of Kotlin 1.3.50 today. In addition to the quality and tooling improvements, the main focus for this version has been on: Designing a new Duration and Time Measurement API (available for preview). Working on … Continue reading

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Kotlin 1.3.40 released

We’re happy to present the new release today, Kotlin 1.3.40. In addition to the quality and tooling improvements the main focus for this version has been on: Gradle support for NPM, Yarn, and Webpack for Kotlin/JS Test runner improvements for … Continue reading

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