Published on November 9, 2017 by Google

With the launch of Android Studio 3.0 comes official support for Kotlin as a first class language for Android development! If you’re an AdMob or Doubleclick publisher who’s been eager to make the leap to a new language, we’ve got something else you might like: A bunch of new mobile ads resources to support the Kotlin community.

In this episode, you’ll learn a little more about what sets Kotlin apart, you’ll find out what the Mobile Ads Developer Relations team has cooked up to help you integrate AdMob into your own Kotlin apps, and you’ll see screencasts of banner and interstitial implementations that show off time-saving Kotlin features.

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41 Comments on "AdMob + Kotlin – Mobile Ads Garage #18"

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Pascal Chouinard
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Pascal Chouinard
5 months 2 days ago

Kotlin looks awesome … but android still using XML … sigh

Pascal Chouinard
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Pascal Chouinard
5 months 2 days ago

Kotlin looks awesome … but android still using XML … sigh

Dev Landing
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Dev Landing
5 months 6 days ago

Thanks for the video. AdMob with Kotlin is actually very similar to that of Java.

Dev Landing
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Dev Landing
5 months 6 days ago

Thanks for the video. AdMob with Kotlin is actually very similar to that of Java.

Carlos Leandro Zetula
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Carlos Leandro Zetula
5 months 9 days ago

Hey, it’s a super video, thanks for that! Maybe you consider to make a video about reward video adds too.

Andrew Brogdon
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Andrew Brogdon
5 months 9 days ago

We actually have two of them (episodes #8 and #14), though neither is in Kotlin. Hopefully we can devote more time to Kotlin implementations once adoption ramps up.

Carlos Leandro Zetula
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Carlos Leandro Zetula
5 months 9 days ago

Hey, it’s a super video, thanks for that! Maybe you consider to make a video about reward video adds too.

Andrew Brogdon
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Andrew Brogdon
5 months 9 days ago

We actually have two of them (episodes #8 and #14), though neither is in Kotlin. Hopefully we can devote more time to Kotlin implementations once adoption ramps up.

Muhammad Iqbal Dar
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Muhammad Iqbal Dar
5 months 9 days ago

Where can I learn Kotlin for free…

Louis Cognault
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Louis Cognault
5 months 8 days ago

Andrew Brogdon There's also the try.kotl.in shortcut 😉

Muhammad Iqbal Dar
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Muhammad Iqbal Dar
5 months 8 days ago

Thanks

Andrew Brogdon
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Andrew Brogdon
5 months 9 days ago

I used these tutorials to get started: try.kotlinlang.org. They're maintained by the folks who created the language.

Louis Cognault
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Louis Cognault
5 months 9 days ago

Muhammad Iqbal Dar On kotl.in

Muhammad Iqbal Dar
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Muhammad Iqbal Dar
5 months 9 days ago

Where can I learn Kotlin for free…

Louis Cognault
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Louis Cognault
5 months 8 days ago

Andrew Brogdon There's also the try.kotl.in shortcut 😉

Muhammad Iqbal Dar
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Muhammad Iqbal Dar
5 months 8 days ago

Thanks

Andrew Brogdon
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Andrew Brogdon
5 months 9 days ago

I used these tutorials to get started: try.kotlinlang.org. They're maintained by the folks who created the language.

Louis Cognault
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Louis Cognault
5 months 9 days ago

Muhammad Iqbal Dar On kotl.in

Nahom Wossen
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Nahom Wossen
5 months 10 days ago

All this to annoy people.

Nahom Wossen
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Nahom Wossen
5 months 10 days ago

All this to annoy people.

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