re: Kotlin: No more boilerplate in my POJOs VIEW POST

FULL DISCUSSION
 

Although I like Kotlin because of great features like Coroutines, Pojos are not the key feature to me. This has been solved with Lombok in Java:

@Data
class Person {
    private String name;
    private int age;
}

It's not one line, but concise enough to me.

 

I will agree that there are definitely more compelling features in Kotlin than data classes. However, it feels cleaner being built into the language versus having to include Lombok's annotation processor.

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