Android Jetpack is a suite of libraries aimed at helping you write high-quality apps easily, supporting older versions of the Android OS. Now, two years after the launch of Jetpack, we’ve seen tremendous adoption by apps, from large developer teams to those just getting started. And that’s just the beginning: today, we’re launching new libraries, along with major updates to existing ones, that we’ve been working on over the past year.
Google announced Kotlin Symbol Processing (KSP) today, a new compiler-plugin-based API for annotation processing in Kotlin. It's designed to be a faster alternative to Kapt, Kotlin's current first party tool for this.