Lambda World News | Functional Programming Headlines
- by Jason McClellan
- November 16, 2020
- kotlin• scala• haskell• elixir• lambda world• functional programming
- 2 minutes to read.
Here’s a quick look from Lambda World News at some of the things making news in the Functional Programming community.
SBT 1.4 | sbt 1.4 now includes support for BSP, improving the integration between sbt inside IDEs and code editors. Read more about the latest version here: sbt 1.4
kotlinX.coroutines 1.4 | The release of version 1.4 of the Kotlin Coroutines library provides a better way to work with state in Kotlin programs with coroutines thanks to StateFlow and SharedFlow being promoted to stable API. Read more about it here: kotlinx.coroutines 1.4.0
Netflix Studio apps | The Netflix technology blog revealed that Prodicle (an app that film crews use on set) on iOS and Android is now powered by Kotlin Multiplatform. Read more about it here: Netflix app powered by Kotlin Multiplatform
Elixir Credo 1.5 | A new version of Credo was recently released. Credo is a static code analysis tool for the Elixir language. Read about the changes in version 1.5 here: Elixir Credo 1.5
Haskell Foundation | On November 4th, Simon Peyton Jones, one of the major contributors to the design of the Haskell language, announced the formation of the Haskell Foundation. Read about it here: Haskell Foundation
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