Kotlin Weekly #-206!
Hello from Spain Kotliners - travel seems to be slowly reopening here, although far from what it was before the madness started. With or without traveling, we always strongly advocate for learning more Kotlin, and we hope to contribute towards that goal.
Kotlin 1.4-M3 is Out: Standard Library Changes (blog.jetbrains.com) JetBrains has announced the last milestone preview version of Kotlin 1.4, 1.4-M3. Check out this link to see the included features.
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Kotlin Coroutines Infographic (www.raywenderlich.com) Nice infographic to visualize how Kotlin coroutines work and how they compare with other solutions.
Kotlin Under the hood: the magic of classes (kousenit.org) Kenneth Kousen has written an article showcasing how to solve the daily Jumble puzzle, and showcasing the solution with Kotlin.
Solving the Daily Jumble (blog.usejournal.com) First article of a series by Nazarii Moshenskyi explaining how classes work in Kotlin under the hood.
Gradle Plugins and Composite Builds (medium.com) Nicola Corti is back, and this time he wrote about Gradle Custom Plugins and Composite Builds using Kotlin DSL
Make your Android code healthier: Static code analysis tools for Kotlin (www.rockandnull.com) This article analyses some of the tools that can be used for static code analysis in Kotlin
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