KVision v3.7.0 is released (with Vert.x support)

rjaros profile image Robert Jaros ・1 min read

KVision is an open source web framework created for Kotlin/JS. It allows developers to build modern web applications with the Kotlin language.

I have released KVision 3.7.0. The highlights of this release include:

  • new server-side module with full support for the Vert.x backend (with examples and documentation)

  • support for awesome toast messages based on Toastr library

  • support for method annotations for compiler plugin code generation

  • many dependencies upgraded (including Kotlin 1.3.72, Jooby 2.8.1 and Tabulator 4.6.2)

  • bugfixes and improvements for different components

This version contains also some workarounds for jQuery breaking issue with 3.5.0.

For more details about this release see the changelog. There are also some new fullstack example apps for Vert.x server in the examples repository.

Don't forget to ⭐️ my project if you like it!

Any feedback is appreciated!

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Robert Jaros


Software developer and programming enthusiast from Poland. I like to reuse and integrate good stuff, made by other people and available as open source. Kind of mainstream adversary ;-)


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