Provides a complete reference to the Kotlin language and the standard library.
Where to Begin
This reference is designed for you to easily learn Kotlin in a matter of hours. Start with the basic syntax, then proceed to more advanced topics. While reading, you can try out the examples in the online IDE.
Once you get an idea of what Kotlin looks like, try yourself in solving some Kotlin Koans - interactive programming exercises. If you are not sure how to solve a Koan, or you're looking for a more elegant solution, check out Kotlin idioms.
You can download the entire reference documentation as a single PDF file.
Kotlin in Action
Kotlin in Action is a book on Kotlin being written by Dmitry Jemerov and Svetlana Isakova, developers on the Kotlin team. The book is currently available through the MEAP program, which allows you to read the book chapter-by-chapter while it is being written and get the final book when it is finished.
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Kotlin for Android Developers
Kotlin for Android Developers is a book by Antonio Leiva showing how Kotlin can be used for creating an Android application from scratch.
Modern Web Development with Kotlin
Modern Web Development with Kotlin is a book by Denis Kalinin about Web development with Kotlin. It covers just enough basics to get started but mostly concentrates on the practical aspect of using the language. In particular, it guides you through the process of building a technology-packed Web application while using popular backend and frontend technologies.
Programming Kotlin is a book by Stephen Samuel and Stefan Bocutiu about using Kotlin on the JVM. It covers all aspects of the language with particular focus on server side development. In is aimed at Java developers who want to learn Kotlin and especially where it improves on Java.