You keep saying that you can eliminate extra KB in js by compressing media assets. But JS is the most expensive part of a website to process by the browser and 200KB of JS !== 200KB of JPG.
Kotlin default package is 838KB. Is it correct that by introducing Kotlin to a project, I add almost 1MB of JS to my bundle? If it's the case, I'm not surprised that there are no popular websites made with Kotlin.
I think I’ve made my point as clearly as I can.
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