Kotlin Weekly - Kotlin Weekly #410


ISSUE #410

9th of June 2024


Kotlin Library Creators' Guidelines
JetBrains has significantly updated the Kotlin library creators' guidelines, with more information on how to work on Kotlin libraries.


Getting Started with Jetpack ViewModels and DataStore in Kotlin Multiplatform
This article narrates how we can start with Jetpack ViewModels and DataStore when developing in Kotlin Multiplatform.

Getting Started with Compose Multiplatform and Koin: A Practical Guide
Muhammad Khubaib Imtiaz wrote an article explaining how to use Compose Multiplatform and Koin.

Adapt Kotlin 2.0 in Android applications
Marlon Lopez wrote an article to help us adapt our Android applications to Kotlin 2.0.

Mutable objects or properties?
One of the oldest discussions in Kotlin is if we should prefer to represent a mutable state with read-only var or a mutable val property. Marcin Moskala tries to find an answer in his new article.

Down Another Rabbit Hole
Romain Guy keeps exploring performance topics in Kotlin in this new article.

Everything you want to know about Functional interfaces in Kotlin
Sandeep Kella wrote a comprehensive overview of functional interfaces in Kotlin.

Kotlin's `when` with enums: `else` considered harmful
This article explores why it's often better to favor exhaustive when statements without else when dealing with enums.


Publishing a native Swift SDK using Kotlin Multiplatform, KMMBridge and SKIE
Some customers have been requesting support for a native Swift SDK, but as a small team implementing and shipping a Swift SDK would take some time. In the KMP community, many have faced a similar challenge and have developed a host of tools and approaches we could investigate.


Kotlin Power Assert
Duncan McGregor takes a look at Kotlin Power-Assert after he saw a lightning talk at the KotlinConf.

Everything you need to know about Kotlin 2.0
Stevdza-San has summarized the most important things you need to know about Kotlin 2.0.


Calling all Kotlin wizards! 🧙
trivago is seeking a Backend Engineer to join their team of passionate developers building cutting-edge advertiser tools. You'll be wielding Kotlin, Spring Boot, and a whole arsenal of cool tech (gRPC, Kafka, Redis, etc.) to tackle high-volume data processing challenges. If you're a problem-solver with a knack for building scalable systems, this might be your next adventure! Apply now and join the trivago team!


A Kotlin compiler plugin and companion runtime tools that provide seamless communication between Kotlin/Native and Kotlin/JVM via JNI.

Retrieve and display statistics of artifact transforms executed in a Gradle project using DV API


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