Kotlin Weekly #-313!
Multik 0.2: Multiplatform, With Support for Android and Apple Silicon (blog.jetbrains.com) Introducing Multik 0.2.0! Now a multiplatform library, it allows you to use multidimensional arrays in your favorite multiplatform projects. Let’s take a closer look at what’s new in v0.2.0.
KotlinConf returns to Amsterdam in April 2023! (blog.jetbrains.com) The next KotlinConf will take place in person in Amsterdam on April 12–14, 2023. Finally we’ll be able to get together again and share the exciting things going on with Kotlin.
Compose for Wear OS is now 1.0: time to build wearable apps with Compose! (android-developers.googleblog.com) Google has released the version 1.0 of Compose for Wear OS, the first stable release of the modern declarative UI toolkit designed to help developers create responsive apps for Google’s smartwatch platform.
Jetpack Compose 1.2 is now stable! (android-developers.googleblog.com) More Compose goodies: the version 1.2 of Jetpack Compose is now stable. Read in this announcement what you can expect in this new release.
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Function references (www.youtube.com) In this new excerpt from the book Functional Kotlin, learn more about how do we reference functions in Kotlin, replace lambda expressions, extensions and more.
GitHub Actions: a New Hope in YAML Programming Wasteland (dev.to) GitHub Actions is great, but YAML programming is not. Kotlin scripts can help you to add some sugar to your GitHub Actions setup.
@JsonProperty vs @JsonAlias in Jackson (codersee.com) In this article, Piotr from Codersee shows us @JsonProperty vs @JsonAlias Jackson annotations comparison.
Kotlin Object Mapping - Pros & Cons (dev.to) In this article, Aviv Mor showcases how to use shapeshift, a Kotlin library for Object Mapping.
Looking toward Multiplatform Settings 1.0.0 (dev.to) Multiplatform Settings now has a stable release. Russell Wolf gives us the reasoning behind it, and everything you can expect on the new version.
How to use KSP on Android? (darvishiyan.medium.com) In this article, Hesam Darvishiyan dives into generating the boilerplate codes automatically by KSP and discuss challenges and solutions.
Elegant Koin Injection for Swift in Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile (medium.com) Dependency Injection is one of the important thing when building clean architecture software. And now with Koin and KMP we can achieve it on Swift. Learn more about it in this article by Uwais Alqadri.
Kotlin Value Classes - Tiny Types to Eschew Errors (www.youtube.com) Kotlin value classes are good for avoiding the errors that result from passing inappropriate arguments to functions, allowing us to create tiny types that are more restricted and expressive than primitives.
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