Get Started with Kotlin on Android

Create a new project with KotlinAdd Kotlin to an existing projectConvert existing Java code to Kotlin codeUse Android APIs with KotlinWant to hit the ground running? Check out our Kotlin samples!Kotlin is fully supported in Android Studio 3.0 (get the canary version here), so it's easy to create new projects with Kotlin files, add Kotlin files to your existing project, and convert Java language code to Kotlin. You can then use of all Android Studio's existing tools with your Kotlin code, such as autocomplete, lint checker, refactoring, debugging, and more.This page shows you how to get started with Kotlin in Android Studio. To learn more about the Kotlin language, take a look at Resources to Learn Kotlin.Create a new project with KotlinUsing Kotlin with a new project requires just one extra click in the New Project wizard:In Android Studio, click File > New > New Project. Or if you've just opened Android Studio and see the Welcome to Android Studio window, click Start a new Android St…
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