Hello there :-)
The Ninja framework is a fairly lightweight stack modelled loosely on the Play! framework. It’s dead easy to learn, open-source, scaleable and supports just about every other feature you’d expect to ensure full buzzword compliance.
I had a go at converting the framework examples from Java. Turned out to be pretty straightforward:
Though again, the need to support nullable types in the framework made a few bits of the code a little cumbersome.
Anyway, if you’re on the lookout for a web framework that’s pretty much production-ready and is a good fit for Kotlin, then the Ninja Web framework is worth a look. With any luck, the folk at Jetbrains could work with the Ninja folk to make the framework a little more Kotlin-friendly.
Message was edited by: Rayz
Fixed duff links.