Kotlin Fundamentals Course Overview

Enrol for this 3-days Kotlin fundamentals training from Koenig Solutions. This course will give you a solid foundation in the language, syntax and best practices needed to get started with this exciting statically typed programming language for modern cross-platform development. We’ll get right into the nuts and bolts of writing effective, idiomatic Kotlin code.

Kotlin code is 100% Java-interoperable, so you can develop Kotlin apps to run on anything that runs a full-fat JVM, deploy native apps on Android (we'll use Android Studio for some of the labs) - and you can even compile to JavaScript.

Intended Audience

This course is aimed at software developers looking to learn Kotlin from the scratch.

Learning Objectives

  • Basics of Kotlin
  • Function-oriented Programming wth Kotlin
  • OOP with Kotlin
  • Typing System
  • Extensions
  • Collections & Texts
  • Generics
  • Delegates
  • Domain Specific Language
  • Reflections
  • Interoperability Between Kotlin and Java
  • Idiomatic Kotlin

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.

The 1-on-1 Advantage


Flexible Dates

  • • Choose Start Date
  • • Reschedule After Booking
  • • Weekend / Evening Option

4-Hour Sessions

You will learn:

Module 1: Introduction to Kotlin
  • Kotlin Environment and the JVM
  • Android Studio Environment
  • Setting up an Android Studio Project
  • Kotlin Hello World program
  • Comments, Annotations
  • Lab: Hello World in Kotlin using Android Studio
  • Class definitions
  • Constructors, named constructor parameters, default values
  • Secondary Constructors
  • Simple Properties
  • Instance Creation
  • Member Functions
  • Function Named Parameters
  • Function Default Parameters
  • Function Vararg Parameters
  • Functions returning Values
  • Converting instances to Strings
  • Lab: Books and Bookshop app in Kotlin using Android Studio
  • Objects
  • Companion Objects
  • Flow of control
  • Self reference: This
  • Accessing Masked properties
  • Properties and their Types
  • Property Visibility
  • Property Declaration Modifiers
  • Custom property functions
  • Nullability
  • Nullable Operators
  • Lazy properties
  • Instance Equality
  • Curly Bracket Syntax
  • Lab: Adding behaviour to the Bookshop
  • Inheritance in Kotlin
  • Implementing Inheritance
  • Rule for overriding functions
  • Overriding Properties
  • Rules for Polymorphic variables
  • Casting and Inheritance
  • The super variable
  • Constructors and Inheritance
  • Lab: Defining Inheritance for Book class
  • Abstract Classes
  • Defining an Abstract Class
  • Declaring abstract functions
  • Extending an Abstract Class
  • Interfaces as Contracts
  • Interfaces in Kotlin
  • Interface Definitions
  • Implementing Interfaces
  • Delegation
  • Lab: abstract classes and interfaces
  • Four Types of Nested Classes
  • Nested classes
  • Member Inner Classes
  • Method Inner Classes
  • Anonymous Classes / Objects
  • Sealed Classes
  • Inline classes
  • Data Classes
  • Data Classes and Destructuring Declarations
  • Operators
  • Infix Member Functions
  • Enumeration support
  • Kotlin Annotations
  • Lab: Implementing Data classes
  • Arrays
  • Collections Library
  • Mutable and Immutable (read-only) collections
  • Sets, Lists and Maps
  • Pairs and Triples
  • Collection iteration
  • Lab 7: Working with Containers
  • What is Functional Programming?
  • Kotlin as a Functional Language
  • Defining Functions
  • Function Objects
  • Function Definitions
  • Named Functions, Single Expression & Inline functions
  • Anonymous Functions and Lambdas
  • Callable References
  • Closures
  • Functions and Methods
  • SAM Interfaces
  • Lab: Functions
  • Higher Order Functions Introduction
  • Functions as Parameters
  • Using Typealias for function types
  • Functions as Return types
  • Collections & FP: foreach
  • Scope functions (apply, let, also, run and with)
  • Conditional functions (takeIf, takeUnless)
  • Extensions
  • Extension Functions and Extension properties
  • Infix Extensions
  • Looping over Collections
  • Sorting Collections
  • Grouping, Folding, Reducing and Zipping Collections
  • Lab: Processing containers using higher order functions
  • What is a Package?
  • Kotlin Compiler
  • Importing
  • Kotlin Default Imports
  • Visibility Modifiers
  • Visibility Modifiers and Constructors
  • Kotlin Modules
  • Errors & Exceptions
  • Exception types in Kotlin
  • Part of the Exception Hierarchy
  • Exception Handling
  • Kotlin and Checked Exceptions
  • Try-Catch Expressions
  • Finally and returned values
  • Defining New Exceptions
  • Chained Exceptions
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Participants should have experience programming in another language such as JavaScript, C#, Python, or Java.

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