/g/'s thought on the Kotlin Language?
Personally prefer it to Java in terms of elegance, but still uses the JVM
if you use this you're a .NET cuck
Red Hat piece of shit that's never been used
see Ceylon except Red Hat
IMO Kotling is much nicer to look at than Java, Scala or any of the others. It's already got loads of support, you can use it alongside Java code with no fucking around (works exactly like Java)
How much support does it have? I know that the IDEs support it great (JetBrains makes those for a living, after all), but what else? Does the Android community actually embrace it?
From what I've seen the Android Development is embracing is pretty well. Android Studio works 100% with it (not surprising as it's just IntellIJ), but it works exactly the same as Java code, so really it's basically the same as using Java code.