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Multiple Kotlin Frameworks in an Application

Recently Kotlin 1.3.70 was released, adding many improvements and fixes for Kotlin. One of the most exciting improvements is the one mentioned below: Support for multiple Kotlin frameworks in a single application Previously, there was a known issue that an application...

Identifying Parts of your Mobile App for High-Impact Code Sharing

Touchlab engineering manager Sam Hill discusses approaches for selecting which parts of your mobile app are good candidates for code sharing. #TouchlabShare is a series of mini webinars for developers and engineering managers interested in discussing mobile code...

Building a Proof of Concept with Kotlin Multiplatform

Touchlab multiplatform engineer Russell Wolf presents our Kotlin Multiplatform starter project, KaMP Kit and discusses approaches for building a POC for mobile code sharing. #TouchlabShare is a series of mini webinars for developers and engineering managers interested...

How to Evaluate Kotlin Multiplatform, React Native and Flutter

Touchlab Dir. Project Strategy Justin Mancinelli presents a framework that both engineering managers and software developers can use to evaluate how well a multiplatform solution delivers on their unique needs. #TouchlabShare is a series of mini webinars for...

Building a Business Case for Kotlin Multiplatform & Mobile Code Sharing

Touchlab partner Jeff Namnum and business development lead Carmichael Caldwell discuss approaches for developers to communicate the business impact of mobile code sharing with Kotlin Multiplatform. #TouchlabShare is a series of mini webinars for developers and...

Mitigating the Risk of Siloed Native Code

Separate and risky Engineering leaders have a choice to make: Continue building in siloes with separate platform teams (Android and iOS) OR Evolve from a 100% siloed native code → x% shared native code between Android and iOS Here are the five areas of risk that come...
Mitigating the Risk of Siloed Native Code

Mitigating the Risk of Siloed Native Code

Separate and risky Engineering leaders have a choice to make: Continue building in siloes with separate platform teams (Android and iOS) OR Evolve from a 100% siloed native code → x% shared native code between Android and iOS Here are the five areas of risk that come...

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Kotlin 1.3.70 Reactions

Kotlin 1.3.70 Reactions

Kotlin 1.3.70 is here! As the release blog post says, there’s not much in the way of major landmark new features, but lots of incremental improvements and some interesting little quality-of-life stuff which I’m excited about. It's the first new language version since...

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Touchlab KotlinConf 2019 Recap

Touchlab KotlinConf 2019 Recap

Touchlab attended KotlinConf 2019 in Copenhagen, Denmark. As anticipated, the conference was a milestone event for the development of Kotlin Multiplatform and its community of practitioners and contributors. VIDEOS! There will most likely be ‘official’ videos...

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Kotlin Multiplatform Library

Kotlin Multiplatform Library

The following blog post is an overview on Kotlin Multiplatform libraries by the KMP experts, Touchlab. You'll find a. list of recommended libraries we use today for Kotlin Multiplatform development (including some of our own) b. video recording of Kevin presenting at...

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