Kotlin Multiplatform is a component of Glovo’s company-wide data standardization and transformation solution. It’s used across four platforms (Android, iOS, web and backend), demonstrating KMP’s unique ability to share code across multiple platforms.

In this episode of #TouchlabShare, we’re joined by Glovo senior Android engineers, Guillermo Mazzola and Zeyad Gasser. We discuss how KMP evolved from a POC exploration to a critical component for how the organization makes data-drive decisions.

 

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2:10 What were your initial impressions of Kotlin Multiplatform (KMP)?

6:02 Why did you pick Kotlin Multiplatform for analytics over other cross-platform solutions?

7:50 What were some of the improvements achieved by using kMP?

10:33 How did you manage all of the pieces of the project while implementing KMP?

12:07 What are the technical components of your KMP solution?

25:15 What’s the best way to convince your team about KMP?

 

About our guests

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Zeyad Gasser

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Guillermo Mazzola

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