Kotlin/Native v0.6 Now Available

Recently, JetBrains has announced Kotlin/Native v0.6 in their toolchain.

Recently, JetBrains has announced Kotlin/Native v0.6 in their toolchain.
The company also mentions the new key features as shown below.
  1. Support for multiplatform projects in compiler and Gradle plugin
  2. Transparent Objective-C/Kotlin container classes interoperability
  3. Support first embedded target (STM32 board)
  4. Kotlin 1.2.20, Gradle 4.5 and Java 9 supported
  5. Smaller WebAssembly binaries (basic applications is around 160KiB now)
  6. CLion plugin update for CLion 2018.1 (fixed the issue with macOS platform libraries indexer)
  7. With this new version 0.6, the company has brought Kotlin/Native multiplatform projects support. This new version provides you the ability to create programs aimed at embedded targets.
The company also talks about an interesting feature, 
“One interesting feature of v0.6 is support for transparent collections interoperability in -produce framework operational mode. It means one could transparently use Kotlin’s List, MutableList, Set, MutableSet, Map and MutableMap as Objective-C/Swift collections, such as NSList, NSMutableList, NSSet, NSMutableSet, NSDictionary, and NSMutableDictionary respectively when compiling Kotlin code to the framework.”
The company has also fixed several bugs over this release. Mac users can download the binaries from here, Linux users from here, and Windows users from here
For more detail, you can visit the Kotlin Official Blog