Develop Android applications using Foxit PDF SDK in Kotlin.
View our Kotlin GitHub repository here.
Kotlin and Foxit PDF SDK
As a statically typed programming language, Kotlin was designed for multi-platform applications. It interoperates with Java code and is reliant on the existing Java Class Library, such as the collections framework. In May 2017, Google announced Kotlin as an official language for Android.
Designed to work using Java, Foxit PDF SDK can easily be integrated into your development process when working with Kotlin from Android Studio 3.0, Kotlin code can be converted from Java code. Foxit PDF SDK has an easy to use UI, which allows you to integrate Foxit’s powerful PDF technology seamlessly into your Android apps.
Why Use Foxit PDF SDK with Kotlin
Advantages of using Kotlin, compared to Java, with Foxit PDF SDK is that it is interchangeable with Java, easier to learn, a more concise code than Java and has first-class Android Studio support.
Foxit goes above and beyond to give customers the most up-to-date technology. This means that, with Foxit PDF SDK, you can view, search, edit, annotate and sign PDFs, as well as fill out forms and attach files with very little difficulty.