Using Kotlin for a cross-platform IDE

We speak with Kirill Skrygan about using Kotlin to develop a cross-platform .NET IDE which mixes the world of .NET with the JVM. Kirill talks about how they use Kotlin's DSL capabilities to create a custom protocol and testing scripts.

About Kirill Skrygan

Kirill Skrygan is a developer and team lead of JetBrains Rider

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Fritz2

Fritz2 is a Kotlin framework for developing front-end web applications. Written entirely in Kotlin and targeting JavaScript, Fritz2 takes a reactive approach to development. In this episode we sit down with the authors to learn more about the framework. Continue reading

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Published on August 28, 2020

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