Moving to the Kotlin Blog
As part of the many projects we are working on at JetBrains under the umbrella of the Kotlin Ecosystem, we feel that it wouldn’t make sense or be of great benefit to you, our users, to have individual blogs per product/library.
As such, we will be consolidating all the information under the Kotlin blog. This blog will remain in place so as to not break any existing links, but future posts will appear on the there.
Our blogs allow you to subscribe to the content you are interested in so you shouldn’t miss out on any Ktor specific contents. At the same time, we invite you and hope you will discover more of what we’re doing for the Kotlin Ecosystem!
The Ktor Team
Ktor 2.3.0 Released
We are pleased to announce the release of Ktor 2.3.0. This update brings numerous new features and improvements to the Ktor ecosystem. The following sections provide a brief overview of the major changes in this release: Core Improvements Explicit type for WebSockets ContentNegotiation Plugin The W…
Ktor 2023 Roadmap
We’ve been working on defining our roadmap for Ktor for 2023, and much like we did for 2022, we’d like to share our plans with you and what we have in store. One of the things we’re planning on doing this year is releasing 3.0.0. While major versions generally indicate a breaking change, most of …
Ktor 2.2.1 (and 2.2.0) released
Important: Yesterday we released 2.2.0 to Maven Central, but immediately after we noticed a critical issue of AtomicFu that needed addressing, and as a consequence shortly after we pushed 2.2.1. As such, if you are using 2.2.0, we strongly advise moving to 2.2.1. We've released Ktor 2.2.0/2.2…
Ktor 2.1.0 Released and It Comes With Goodies!
We’ve just released Ktor 2.1.0, and in addition to the new features and bug fixes, we have a few new things we’d love for you to try out. In particular, we are releasing betas of three new tools: Command Line toolYeoman GeneratorGradle Deployment PluginYAML configuration support Let’s take a l…