In this series of articles, we explore features and techniques which may help developers starting or currently using Kotlin. In it, we compare them with their relevant ones in Java as many of us are moving forward from it.
We also look at the reasons behind some of the features and how we can use them to improve our code.
Every now on then, I may sprinkle in some Android specific example since it’s the community that seems to be embracing the language with open arms.
Moving forward with Kotlin #1: Properties
Most of us, who are lucky enough to be able to work with Kotlin often come from other programming languages. And the…
Moving forward with Kotlin #2: Inheritance
For better or worse, we still require inheritance when developing with Kotlin. However, things are a bit different…
More coming 🔜
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