Author: Kevin Galligan
Back to open source
Touchlab has been doing a lot of tooling work and research lately, mostly around iOS developer experience and KMP. We forked the Droidcon app into a private repo to dogfood some of that stuff and had intended to move changes back into open source pretty quickly.
The iOS Droidcon App with Native Compose UI
Jetbrains has been working on Native Compose UI, and I think most people who pay attention to these things have seen examples. Internally, we all figured it was still a ways off from being usable, but we wanted to check in on the status. So, we added some to this year’s Droidcon NYC app.
Kermit is a Kotlin Multiplatform logging library. The log is configured on each platform to write to various, potentially platform-specific, outputs, but can be called from shared “common” Kotlin code. Crash reporting tools like Crashlytics allow you to get error reports from remote devices running your software.Read More
Touchlab will be defaulting to the “new” memory model for anything that’s in dev and/or not hitting production for a few months. That decision will be reviewed if there’s some wild performance issue or bug, but otherwise, we’re just doing it.Read More