JetBrains has unveiled Kotlin 1.6.20, a new launch of the Kotlin language that attributes improved interoperability with generic Java classes as very well as more quickly construct times. Some characteristics cited in the launch are continue to in preview sort.
Enhanced interoperability with generic Java lessons and interfaces was enabled as a result of the inclusion of undoubtedly non-nullable forms, a element presently in a beta phase. Kotlin 1.6.20 allows developers to mark a generic kind parameter as unquestionably non-nullable applying the new syntax,
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Kotlin 1.6.20 was introduced April 3. Installation directions can be discovered on the Kotlin web site. Other abilities in Kotlin 1.6.20 involve the following:
- Kotlin/Indigenous performance has been enhanced by means of updates and bug fixes to the LLVM IR generated by Kotlin.
- Hierarchical structure help for multiplatform jobs is enabled by default. This ability, launched in Kotlin 1.4. in August 2020, increases code sharing in a undertaking.
- A prototype of context receivers for Kotlin/JVM presents new aid for defining context-dependent declarations.
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