TypeScript vs KotlinJS
Join us for a session on TypeScript vs KotlinJS with the dynamic duo, Eamonn Boyle and Garth Gilmour.
TypeScript emerged on the client and is now conquering the server. Initially, it was a safer way to write your Angular or React UI, but these days it’s a respectable and fully supported language for serverless apps (e.g. via the AWS Cloud Development Kit). As the language has evolved its feature set has become remarkably powerful, to the extent where type driven development and meta-programming can be productively used by mere mortals.
Kotlin has grown from the other extreme. It began as a language for simplifying Java development in environments like Android and Spring Boot. But over the past two years, the language has outgrown the JVM and now also targets JS, WebAssembly and native binaries. Multi-platform projects enable teams to create a single consistent domain model that can be universal within a distributed application with web and mobile UI’s.
This talk will lay out the value propositions for the most recent versions of TypeScript and Kotlin.js. Eamonn Boyle and Garth Gilmour will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of these languages.
What will the audience learn from this talk?
- About in-depth coverage of new language features in Kotlin and TypeScript
- The future directions of Kotlin and TypeScript and their suitability for different kinds of distributed architectures
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