KVision v3.16.0 is released (with printing support)
is an open source web framework created for Kotlin/JS. It allows developers to build modern web applications with the Kotlin language.
I have released KVision 3.16.0, with the new module for printing. Based on an excellent Print.js
library, it allows to easily print the content of any KVision component, directly from the browser window. It also supports printing PDF documents, images and any JSON-formatted tabular data.
Going further with the news, Kotlin sealed classes are now fully supported as parameters and return values in KVision fullstack interfaces. New multiplatform annotation based on Jackson @JsonTypeInfo has been introduced. See the documentation
Last but not least, we continue to enhance state management experience by introducing simple sub-store implementation for any instance of ObservableState interface. It's a way to partition your data and optimize rendering at the same time.
For more details about this release see the changelog
As always, any feedback is appreciated.
submitted by Kai_132
Fresh grad school student using mostly linux, what are my choices for pdf annotator/editor and reference manager? + other softwares that you might think be beneficial!
I'm a fresh student, trying to maximize my producitivy and focus, and have found out having a good pdf editor + reference manager is a must. I've searched through the net (specially reddit) and the best advices were usually for people who were using windows/Mac. Like this
answer from 4 years ago.
What are your suggestions + I appreciate all other tips you might have for me!
submitted by quit_daedalus