Learning Kotlin is fun, but where to get started? One the of the best tutorials for newbies is at https://code.tutsplus.com/series/kotlin-from-scratch--cms-1209. Learn from scratch. To practice, download IntelliJ IDEA and work on Kotlin code anytime in it.
Many of us use a text editor to edit program code. The simplest and clean edit is GEdit on the Gnome desktop. However, if you are not on the Gnome desktop, you may miss it. You can use JEdit which is much more powerful, however, by default, it does not open multiple programs alongside each … Continue reading How to open multiple buffers in JEdit like in GEdit or Mousepad
For code editors who do not need to use an IDE like Eclipse or Netbeans for programming, a good option is the JEdit programmers' code editor. It is open source and cross-platform. You can get it at http://www.jedit.org/