In the near future, Kotlin could become the new standard for Android development, paving the way for growing popularity among Android app developers and the global community of software providers. With the support of JetBrains and Google, Kotlin was declared the official Android development language for Android studio in May 2019.
Despite this almost unconditional love of a new multi-platform dream, Java, like C ++, remains one of the most popular coding ambassadors. The main question is: can it seriously penetrate the developer community, even outside of Android?
In the context of this question, let’s plunge into the world of comparison, statistics and facts about Kotlin and Java. This will help us to make some predictions about their destination and future fate.
Introduction to Kotlin