I wouldn’t use it for front-end development.
I am using the kotlin/js react bindings, along with the ant design react widget set, as part of a kotlin multiplatform build. I find it excellent. i enjoy it far better than my previous work in typescript.
them with Kotlin, you need to use a different build system
yeah that’s 100% true, but in this case i find it an advantage - jetbrains has done the work for me. i don’t have to use npm for create-react-app, and i’ve never once had a problem. futzing around with webassembley config is my idea of the sixth circle of hell.
you have to translate each and every example, you need bindings.
very true also, although you can use dukat, or just drop down to the dynamic type, which is a kotlin/js special type.
so yeah, i’d be definitely open to using it commercially in addition to my side hustle projects.