Kotlin in Action, 2nd Ed (Manning)
Monday, 27 May 2024

This guide to the Kotlin language is aimed at readers familiar with Java or another OO language. Sebastian Aigner et al are all core Kotlin language developers and Kotlin team members, and share their insights, along with practical techniques and hands-on examples. This new second edition is fully updated to include the latest innovations, and it adds new chapters dedicated to coroutines, flows, and concurrency.

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Author: Sebastian Aigner, Roman Elizarov, Svetlana Isakova, Dmitry Jemerov
Publisher: Manning
Date: May 2024
Pages: 560
ISBN: 978-1617299605
Print: 161729960X
Audience: Developers interested in Kotlin
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages


Topics include:

  • Kotlin statements and functions, and classes and types
  • Functional programming on the JVM
  • The Kotlin standard library and out-of-the-box features
  • Writing clean and idiomatic code
  • Combining Kotlin and Java
  • Improve code reliability with null safety
  • Domain-specific languages
  • Kotlin coroutines and flows
  • Mastering the kotlinx.coroutines library

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