Kotlin Weekly #-268!
The Actual Number of Kotlin Developers, or Who Our Active Users Are (blog.jetbrains.com) JetBrains has been counting the amount of Kotlin users and developers. They present the results in this blogpost.
CocoaPods Support in the Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Plugin for AppCode (blog.jetbrains.com) The KMP plugin for App Code provides now CocoaPods support. Read the entire announcement in this link.
Kotlin 2021 Premier Online Event (blog.jetbrains.com) Next month there will be a Kotlin Premier event, with updates from the Kotlin team and news about the whole Kotlin ecosystem.
Kotlin libraries authors research (surveys.jetbrains.com) JetBrains is trying to improve the experience with Kotlin library development. They have prepared this survey, where you can help them by answering some questions.
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Comparing Kotlin and Go implementations of the Monkey language (medium.com) Mario Arias wrote an implementation of Monkey, a language created by Thorsten Ball as part of his books Writing An Interpreter in Go and Writing A Compiler in Go, and compared it with the Kotlin version.
Kotlin Multiplatform For Android and the Web - Part 5 The Summary (akjaw.com) Last article by Aleksander Jaworski on KMP for Android and the web.
Mocking Matchers API (krossovochkin.com) New article by Vasya Drobushkov discussing a problem he found recently after working with mocks.
Job and children awaiting in Kotlin coroutines (kt.academy) In this chapter from the Kotlin Coroutines book, everything you wanted to know about jobs and their children.
Don’t let ViewModel knew about framework level dependencies (blog.shreyaspatil.dev) Shreyas Patil dicusses some good practices to deal better with ViewModel.
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Teaching Coroutines (talkingkotlin.com) In this chapter of Talking Kotlin Mohit Sarveiya, Google Developer Expert in Kotlin and Android, talks about everything related to coroutines.
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