For many people, turning on a PC, Mac, or other media center to watch movies and shows on Kodi has become second nature. It’s rare that we take a look at the various iterations that the platform has gone through on the road to the Kodi 18 Leia final release date, however, and this recent post from Kodi gives us a sense of what went into creating the versatile media platform we know and love.
The article goes into detail regarding what led up to the Kodi 18 Leia final release date and contains multiple detailed sections.
The first part of the article talks about how the team worked to create a stable architecture for such a complex platform like Kodi to be built upon. For most of us, we don’t really think about how much goes into making such a platform, with a focus simply on the graphics and functions that give us the ability to stream our favorite shows through other add-ons. The truth is, however, that the Kodi 18 Leia final release date will usher in the latest build of a complex platform that took an incredible amount of technical knowledge and the skills from many developers around the world. The article also contains some statistics about how much work this monumental task has taken.
According to the article, there have been a grand total of 5900 code chunks changed during the time leading up to the Kodi 18 final release date in addition to more than 1800 pull-requests and 7580 changed files within the platform. In order to make the platform as streamlined as possible, the team has added 397000 lines of code but have also removed 350000 leading up to the Kodi 18 Leia final release date that should make for a better operating experience for the end user. This process was only made possible by the assistance of more than 35 open-source developers.
This represents a huge amount of work by a large community of developers that have largely accomplished this significant achievement during their free time in order to create the experience we’ll enjoy once we see the Kodi 18 Leia final release date. During the move from Krypton to Leia, the team focused largely on stability. With any platform operating on this sort of scale, there’s bound to be a point at which the features added start to reach a level where it’s difficult to keep up with and support, so sometimes the team needs to take a step back and focus on fleshing out the infrastructure in order to provide a more stable product upon the Kodi 18 Leia final release date.
The post wraps up by stating that there’s no confirmed Kodi 18 Leia final release date, but there are currently test builds available for different platforms available almost every day as progress continues towards the finished product we’ll see once we get a full release. Until that time, however, we can keep an eye on the progress and experience new features as they’re added by downloading the latest build for our respective platforms.