At its I/O 2017 developers conference, Google announced that it is making Kotlin for Android, a statically wrote programming language for the Java Virtual Machine, a top of the line language for composing Android applications. This news have already flooded the market. The language is meant for modern multi-platform applications. The company however also made it clear that the language is not a replacement for it’s existing Java and C++. Kotlin is just an additional language for the Android developers now.
JetBrains – It’s essential support
Kotlin’s essential support is JetBrains, Kotlin was written by the Russian Java developer company JetBrains. The organization behind instruments like IntelliJ. JetBrains publicly released Kotlin in 2012 and adaptation 1.0 propelled a little more than a year prior. Google’s own particular Android Studio, it’s significant, depends on the JetBrains IntelliJ Java IDE.
Kotlin is basically a combination of some of the best features of other languages. Google noticed that some have officially received the programming language for their generation applications, including Pinterest, and Square. Kotlin will be amicable to those who have already used the Java programming language. you can include as meager or as much Kotlin into your current codebase as you need, blending the two languages effortlessly inside a similar venture.
There are now numerous excited Kotlin engineers for Android, and the organization says it is just tuning in to what the group needs. Also, Kotlin is quite similar to Apple’s Swift. The CEO of JetBrains says “Kotlin is easy to get started with and can be gradually introduced into existing projects, which means that your existing skills and technology investments are preserved.” Hence, developers are going to enjoy Kotlin’s clean abstractions, concise syntax, and type safety. (Thank You, Google!)