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Kotlin Full-stack Application Example

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Number of watchers on Github 772
Number of open issues 21
Average time to close an issue 16 days
Main language Kotlin
Average time to merge a PR 18 days
Open pull requests 6+
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Last commit over 1 year ago
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Thinkter: A Kotlin Full-stack Application Example

Thinkter is an example of a full-stack Web application built with Kotlin. The backend runs on the JVM, and the browser front-end uses React. The example implements a very simple microblogging application.

Backend

The backend of Thinkter is built using Ktor, a Web framework built by the Kotlin team. For data persistence, it uses H2, allowing you to run the example without the need to configure an external SQL server. The HTTP server implementation is provided by Jetty.

To run the backend, use ./gradlew backend:run, or open Thinkter as a project in IntelliJ IDEA and execute the shared run configuration Backend :: Jetty. This will start serving the REST API of the backend on port 9090.

Frontend

The frontend of Thinkter is built using React. To adapt the React APIs to Kotlin, it incorporates a set of wrappers, which you can also use in your projects and adapt to your needs.

The project is built using webpack and the Kotlin frontend plugin.

To run the frontend, use ./gradlew frontend:run. This will start a webpack server on port 8080. Navigate to http://localhost:8080 to start using the application.

kotlin-fullstack-sample open issues Ask a question     (View All Issues)
  • almost 2 years XSS vulnerability
  • almost 2 years how to upgrade to EAP 1.1.4
  • almost 2 years ReactExtensions.kt needs more work for componentDidUpdate
  • almost 2 years This repositiory needs documentation
  • about 2 years How would we use 3rd party ReactJS components?
  • about 2 years Add instructions on how to open this project in intellij
  • about 2 years Add example of a functional component
  • about 2 years Not able to load source map
kotlin-fullstack-sample open pull requests (View All Pulls)
  • adding componentDidUpdate
  • Log exception to console properly in `launch` coroutine builder
  • Upgrade ktor from 0.3.0 to 0.9.0
  • Test coverage for backend
  • Upgrade ktor from 0.3.0 to 0.9.1
  • Upgrade gradle to 4.5.1
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