How it works
The AWS SDK for Kotlin simplifies the use of AWS services by providing a set of libraries that are consistent and familiar for Kotlin developers. All AWS SDKs support API lifecycle considerations such as credential management, retries, data marshaling, and serialization. Visit awslabs/aws-sdk-kotlin on GitHub for AWS-focused open-source Kotlin libraries.
The AWS SDK for Kotlin is multi-platform, with support for JVM and Android environments currently available, as well as other Kotlin-supported platforms coming in future releases.
The AWS SDK for Kotlin takes advantage of modern Kotlin language features such as Domain Specific Language (DSL) builders, allowing concise and readable configuration expressions. Every API call is asynchronous and runs efficiently in coroutines, yielding to other code while waiting on I/O and optimizing the use of compute resources.
The AWS SDK for Kotlin developer guide describes features for the latest version of the SDK and how to use them.
The AWS SDK for Kotlin code examples demonstrate best practices for working with AWS services to help accelerate development of your applications.
The AWS SDK for Kotlin API reference guide describes the API operations for the latest version of the AWS SDK for Kotlin. The reference guide also provides sample requests, responses, and errors for supported services.
Visit GitHub to view the SDK code, file issues, and engage with the SDK team and the community.
Visit Maven to get the latest releases of the AWS SDK for Kotlin for AWS services.
Read the AWS Developer blog to get the latest news and announcements.