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Code sharing options for mobile have existed for years, but most tend to be relatively obscure (Rubymotion), difficult to use (C++), or limited in scope or developer interest (J2objc). Kotlin Multiplatform will emerge as an option that allows significant sharing of logic and architecture, while still allowing easy fully native integration, and have overwhelming developer community interest. This talk explores the current ecosystem, what popular libraries and tools are available, what’s coming soon, and how to get started building multiplatform for mobile.
To talk review people. The status of Kotlin and multiplatform will change dramatically between now and October, so while the talk will be on this topic, it’s hard to predict exactly where you’ll be by then. Kevin has spent 2 years working on a J2objc solution to sharing architecture and has switched to Kotlin. He's recently released a functional demo of SQLite and SQLDelight running on iOS and is currently working on a formal SQLite shared library, which should be published later this month.
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