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 2.2.0/2.2.1, which introduces many new features and fixes. Moreover, with the latest 2022.3 IntelliJ IDEA version, the Ktor plugin lets you generate OpenAPI documentation for server-side Ktor applications using the dedicated intention action. For guidance about migrating your Ktor project to the new 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 look at each of these individually. Native Command Line Tool Ktor provides two ways to simplify creating new application templates – IntelliJ IDEA or start.ktor.io. We’ve now extended this by providing a command line tool built in Kotlin/Native. However, beyond just generating a Ktor
Ktor 1.5.0 Released
We're happy to announce the release of Ktor 1.5.0, which comes with new features, bug fixes, and new docs! Features 1.5.0 is the third and final release for this year, inline with our promise to have three major or minor releases a year, and a minimum of one patch release a month. We're happy to say that so far we've managed to more or less keep this promise, albeit with an ocassional delay at times. In this minor update we have a series of new features including: New Development Mode Ktor provides a series of features targeted at development, such as for instance auto-reload as well as extend