Five Tools Kotlin Gives Android

In the history of native Android development we’ve had several options for languages to code in. But Google historically hasn’t given us any first party support for other languages other than Java and C++. That all changed at Google IO 2017 when they announced support for Kotlin. If you’re using the latest version of Android […]

In the history of native Android development we’ve had several options for languages to code in. But Google historically hasn’t given us any first party support for other languages other than Java and C++. That all changed at Google IO 2017 when they announced support for Kotlin.
If you’re using the latest version of Android Studio then you’re already set up to use Kotlin. The IDE can also convert your existing Java code into Kotlin in case you want to see how a rewrite looks.
Source: InVision