Create Android apps with Kotlin

Kotlin allows you to create better Android apps faster.
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You can successfully use Kotlin for Android development thanks to the tools and resources available.
Android Studio

Kotlin has excellent support from Android Studio. Even tools for converting Java-based code to Kotlin are already included. As you learn Kotlin, you may use the Show Kotlin Bytecode tool to examine comparable Java-based code.

Android KTX

By utilizing Kotlin language features, Android KTX improves the clarity, comfort, and idiom of Android development with Kotlin.

Kotlin-compatible SDK

The Android SDK now includes nullability annotations to assist prevent NullPointerExceptions as of Android 9 (API level 28). Kotlin has its own reference documentation for APIs.

Kotlin Architecture

Produce self-contained programs without additional runtime.
Artistic and Concise

With Kotlin, you can express your ideas more clearly and create less boilerplate code thanks to its current language features.

Conservative Code

Kotlin assists you in avoiding NullPointerExceptions by including nullability into its type system. Kotlin-based Android apps are 20% less likely to crash.

Airborne Compose

With the help of Kotlin's robust and user-friendly APIs, you can easily construct UI thanks to Android's contemporary UI toolkit.

Organizing Concurrency

With the help of Kotlin coroutines, asynchronous programming is simplified, making routine operations like database updates and network calls fast and easy.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    We now have an FAQ list that we hope will help you answer some of the more common ones.

    How do you define Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile?

    An SDK for cross-platform mobile development is called Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile (KMM). You may create cross-platform mobile apps and exchange components including core layers, business logic, display logic, and more across Android and iOS.

    The features created for mobile development, such as CocoaPods integration and the Android Studio Plugin, are combined with Kotlin’s multiplatform capabilities.

    You might want to watch this introduction video where Ekaterina Petrova, Product Marketing Manager for Kotlin, goes into great depth about Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile and how you can utilize it in your applications. You’ll set up a workspace and be ready to use Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile to build your first cross-platform mobile application with Ekaterina.

    How does Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile relate to Kotlin/Native?

    A solution called Kotlin/Native allows Kotlin code to be converted into native binaries that can operate without the use of a virtual machine. It consists of a native implementation of the Kotlin standard library and an LLVM-based backend for the Kotlin compiler.

    Kotlin/Native is primarily made to enable compilation for systems like iOS and embedded devices where virtual machines are neither desirable nor practical. It is especially appropriate for circumstances when the developer must create self-contained software without the use of a separate runtime or virtual machine. And with iOS programming, it is precisely the situation.

    With Kotlin/JVM for Android and Kotlin/Native for iOS, shared Kotlin code is compiled to JVM bytecode and native binaries, respectively. It facilitates smooth interaction with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile


    What is Kotlin's outlook?

    One of the reasons we’re adopting Kotlin is JetBrains’ careful work on the language’s design. Google and JetBrains are collaborating to deliver a fantastic developer experience across languages, frameworks, and tools. Additionally, we are thrilled to be collaborating to include the Kotlin programming language in a non-profit organization.

    How is Kotlin Open Source?

    The Apache Software License, Version 2.0 (“Apache 2.0”) is the chosen license for Kotlin, and it is the one that most of its software is released under. The project will make every effort to abide by the desired license, but there may be deviations that will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis. As an illustration, a few Kotlin third-party dependencies may be covered under other open-source licenses that are nevertheless compliant with the Apache 2 license.