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In this talk, Arnav takes us through the journey of building a blogging app (Medium clone) using Kotlin, Nativescript and Flutter, discussing the differences in developer and user experience for the apps built using all these platforms.
Arnav took the famous realworld.io project (which is a clone of Medium) and implemented it in Kotlin for native Android, and then using Nativescript-Vue and finally in Flutter. Although separate platforms, the end result looks identical to the end user.
Together with Arnav you will compare a bunch of things across these three platforms such as: * Developer Experience * Performance (out of the box) * Performance optimisation learning curve * Memory/CPU/App size differences * Lines of Code * Perceptible jank, smoothness * Constraints and limitations of each framework
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Arnav is currently in the Mobile Platform team at Zomato, where he helps improve core infrastructure of the Android app by tackling engineering challenges. He also runs Coding Blocks, a programming bootcamp he cofounded, where he teaches Android and NodeJS.