Developing multi-platform apps through native shared code

Developing a great mobile app is not an easy feat. You have to design your interfaces, implement your business logic, hook it all up to your own and/or a third party’s APIs, set up permissions, maybe connect to Bluetooth or a location service. Oh, and you probably want to do some automated testing as well. Then, when you’re done, you have to do it all over again on that other major mobile Operating System.

Kotlin Multiplatform makes native code sharing much easier, removing a lot of redundancies. To get the most out of it requires some strategies. In this session I will share my experience with developing and using native code sharing solutions and introduce you to our upcoming Kaluga framework to help see the forest for the trees.

Date: 18 September 2020    

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