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I've used Kotlin for ~6 months daily, but damn it's hard to know establish new best practices with all these concepts introduced! Earlier today I introduced operator + overload in an Rx auto dispose thingy I'm doing, but it felt awkward and weird to write `autodispose + rxThing.first().subscribe(...)` -ish code.
Do you know if there has been any work done to establish best practices, like the Java clean code guide, but for Kotlin and other "next gen" languages?
It seems to be awkward indeed. I heard that JetBrains is working on a guide about coding conventions. But nothing official yet.You could post your snippet on the Slack (kotlinlang.slack.com) channel (#codingconventions). and we should be able to help you with it.
I do not know Kotlin yet, but features like this make it look sexy
And it's just ONE feature into the huge panel of Kotlin's features. ;-)It's made sexy by a lot of little things, among big ones too :-)