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KVision – object oriented web framework for Kotlin/JavaScript

KVision is an object oriented web framework for Kotlin/JS.

KVision allows you to build modern web applications with the Kotlin language, without any use of HTML, CSS or JavaScript. It gives you a rich hierarchy of ready to use GUI components, which can be used as builder blocks for the application UI.

This framework fully supports both reactive and imperative programming models. It gives you everything you may need for the state management of your apps. It is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Foundations:
    • Idiomatic Kotlin syntax with type safe DSL builders.
    • Both reactive and imperative programming models.
    • Bootstrap 5 styles, typography and components.
    • Snabbdom fast virtual DOM implementation.
    • Font Awesome icons.
    • Unidirectional and bidirectional bindings for Kotlin Flows.
    • Redux and ReduxKotlin modules.
    • React components and Onsen UI mobile web components.
    • Internationalization support based on gettext translations.
  • Components library:
    • Sophisticated layout containers.
    • Forms with type safe data model and built-in validation.
    • Different text input components including rich text and typeahead.
    • Buttons, checkboxes and radios.
    • Date and time picker.
    • Spinner and range numeric input components.
    • Advanced select box with AJAX support.
    • File upload with preview and multi-selection.
    • Advanced charts.
    • Reactive tables.
    • Navigation bar, toolbar and context menu.
    • Tooltips and popovers.
    • Modals including ready to use alerts and confirm dialogs.
    • Floating, re-sizable windows.
    • Configurable toasts.
  • Fullstack:
    • Innovative connectivity interface for many popular server side frameworks, to build fullstack applications with shared code for data model and business logic.
    • Full support for Ktor, Jooby, Spring Boot, Javalin, Vert.x and Micronaut frameworks.
    • Experimental type safe websockets connections.

Website: kvision.io
Support: Guide,
Developer: Robert Jaros
License: MIT License

KVision is written in Kotlin. Learn Kotlin with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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