[SPR-17245] Provide code samples in Kotlin in addition to Java Created: 05/Sep/18 Updated: 15/Jan/19
|Fix Version/s:||5.2 RC1|
|Reporter:||Sébastien Deleuze||Assignee:||Sébastien Deleuze|
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Even if we have a dedicated Kotlin section in our reference documentation, all the code samples are in Java, requiring an effort for Kotlin users to translate it. I would like to make our documentation more natively Kotlin friendly by translating our code example to Kotlin.
This could be done via a Kotlin tab (in addition to the Java one) on each code sample block, and by generating 2 versions of the documentation: one in Java, one in Kotlin.
|Comment by Sébastien Deleuze [ 08/Oct/18 ]|
Gradle team shared what they use on their documentation to have nice looking Groovy + Kotlin code snippets + cookie based remembering of the chosen language. I think it could be a good fit for us, it would be also nice to be able to link a specific language like we do on start.spring.io.
|Comment by Sébastien Deleuze [ 15/Oct/18 ]|
There is now also a dedicated blog post.
|Comment by Spring Issuemaster [ 14/Jan/19 ]|