Programmer’s Guide To Kotlin, 3rd Ed (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 03 July 2024

This book introduces Kotlin to programmers who have at least the basics of programming. The book is written by Mike James, the editor of I-Programmer.info and author of many books. This third edition was prompted by the release of Kotlin 2, which uses a new compiler that makes it faster. The most important feature of Kotlin 2 is its full support for Compose Multiplatform, a UI framework for cross-platform development that encompasses desktop, web, Android and iOS. This innovative system is covered in a new chapter which introduces the way Compose works and how it exploits Kotlin's unique features.

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Author: Mike James
Publisher: I/O Press
Date: June 2024
Pages: 259
ISBN: 978-1871962901
Print: 1871962900
Kindle: B0D8H4N8SK
Audience: Programmers wanting to learn Kotlin
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

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