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Building DSLs in Kotlin

by Greg Milette

One of the valuable features of Kotlin is its support for Domain Specific Languages (DSLs). This course will teach you how to apply kotlin language features, design patterns, & DSL design principles to create DSLs and improve the syntax of your code.

What you'll learn

How do you create great APIs? One way is to create a DSL for your API that makes using it easy to learn and intuitive to use. In this course, Building DSLs in Kotlin, you’ll learn to improve the syntax of your code by learning how to create DSLs. You’ll learn how to apply kotlin language features in new ways to modify the syntax of your code. You will also learn some design patterns and language design principles that will help you design your new syntax. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of DSLs in Kotlin, needed to create pleasant code that allows users of your code to easily learn and use what you’ve built.

About the author

Greg Milette is a software developer with over 15 years experience in developing mobile applications, web apps, and research software. He has a keen interest in Android, speech recognition, IoT, domain-specific languages, music recording, and a quality cup of tea. Greg is also a conference speaker and co-author of Professional Android Programming. Currently, he is an Android developer at NuvoAir where Kotlin code abounds.

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