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Inkuire – Using types as search keys in Kotlin libraries
February 10, 2021
Programmers tend to use strongly typed languages for the safety in the runtime and their own comfort while developing applications. While using new dependency, they often have to browse the documentation by symbolic names of classes and functions. Oftentimes, they don’t know the function name, but are convinced there must be a function somewhere that fits given type transformation.
In this talk, we will focus on a prototype tool that lets you browse the docs using types as search keys in Kotlin.
About the speakers
Scala Developer at VirtusLab
A Computer Science faculty student at the AGH University. Proud open-source tooling contributor to dokka (Kotlin doctool) and Scala3doc (Scala3 doctool) as Scala Developer at…
Junior Scala Developer at VirtusLab
A fourth-year Computer Science student at AGH UST and Junior Scala Developer at VirtusLab. Waiting for Haskell to become mainstream.
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