Functional Programming with Kotlin
The recording of our October 22nd webinar, Functional Programming with Kotlin, is now available on JetBrainsTV YouTube channel.
In this talk, Mike Hearn provides a brief introduction to programming in Kotlin via practical example: creating a textfield with the autocomplete suggestions while typing. Demo project is available on GitHub.
Topics covered include:
- Use of functional transforms
- Lazyness and working with lazy infinite sequences
- The use of funKTionale, a library that extends Kotlin with a few features known from Haskell
- Pattern matching
- Reactive user interfaces
The video includes the time stamps following the agenda announced:
00:08— Intoduction and demo application
05:45— Introduce NGram data class
08:22— Creating extension methods
09:55— Working with lazy infinite sequences
tofunction and infix notation
14:35— Destructuring of data classes
23:00— Debug lazy code
24:20— Add completions to UI
25:18— Load data in a functional way
28:30— Improve performance of the data loading
33:20— Improve the UI responsiveness in RX style
40:05— Using Kovenant library
42:03— Using funKTionale library
About the Presenter:
Mike Hearn is a Java, Kotlin and C++ developer who works on digital currency related software. Prior to that he was a senior software engineer at Google, where he spent over seven years working on a range of products including Earth, Maps, Gmail and the accounts system.
Thanks to all the attendees for the questions! If you still have some, please, contact Mike or our team.
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