JetBrains team announced Kotlin version 1.3 release. The developers stabilized the coroutine’s work and introduced the Kotlin / Native beta. The language is now supported by the Google Cloud Platform, the Spring framework and the Gradle system.
◊ Library release kotlinx.coroutines version 1.0 for working with coroutines.
◊Beta release of Kotlin / Native – LLVM backend for compiling the source Kotlin-code into separate binaries. The new version provides fully automated memory management and is able to interact with C, Objective-C and Swift. In addition, the Kotlin / Native runtime promotes the use of immutable data and prevents any attempts to share unprotected changeable code in threads.
◊New libraries to support multiplatform projects. In addition to kotlinx.coroutines for coroutines, the JetBrains team presented libraries for handling HTTP requests and serialization. You can create such a tool yourself by adding dependencies specific to the platform to the public API.
◊Support for innovations introduced in Kotlin 1.3 in three IDEs: IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition, IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate and Android Studio.
◊Implementation of “contracts”
◊Experimental support for inline classes and four subspecies of the unsigned integer type.
◊Ability of nested ads in annotation classes.
◊Inclusion in the standard support library Kotlin / Native and Kotlin / JS.
You can read more about Kotlin 1.3 on What’s New page on the Kotlin website. Many innovations presented by developers on KotlinConf: a playlist with performances is available on the YouTube-channel JetBrains.
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