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Support for KOTLIN

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Support for KOTLIN

Hi,

Can anyone tell me please if AppDynamics provides any support or extensions for applications developed and delivered in KOTLIN?

Support for KOTLIN
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Re: Support for KOTLIN

John,

 

Is your Kotlin code on the server side, or in a mobile application?

 

So far, we have had almost no asks for kotlin support on the server side, so we have not investigated what out of the box configuration the language and its frameworks might need.

 

That said, like other JVM based languages, it should work, given appropriate configuration of custom entry points and the like.

 

Warm regards,

Peter



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Re: Support for KOTLIN

Thats fine - thats all I need to know at the moment. Thanks.

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Well then let me add a voice for Kotlin support One point in adding more official support is also keeping in touch with the upcoming market. That your current customers have not asked might be fine for them, but more and more new projects are developed in Kotlin, so by the requests you haven't gotten might be due to people finding another product and thus never voicing there wish.

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Re: Support for KOTLIN

Rohde,

 

Can I ask what kind of server-side projects you are developing using kotlin, and which frameworks you are using?

 

Warm regards,

Peter



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Due to NDA rescrictions I can't tell much about the kind of projects I'm working on, but hopefully I can describe enough

 

We are working on REST services using normal APIs with json payloads. Currently there is a web frontend, but it is intended for system to system usage in the long run.

 

The main frameworks (and services, not sure how relevant they are though) we are using are: Spring Boot, Flyway, Slf4j/Log4j2, Postgresql, Jackson and Gson. And yes, no Hibernate (thanks sanity )

 

If relevant it's intended to be deployed using an Redhat based OpenJDK docker image.

 

I hope it's enough to help. I will try to answer to the best of my ability, but as it figures, the NDA puts a lot of limits.

 

// Rohde