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Compose provides circular and linear progress indicators. However, lately it’s popular to show gray skeletons of the views that are being loaded with a shimmering animation on them. It’s a nice touch that can make your applications look a bit more refined. Here is how I created this effect with Compose.
While Compose for iOS is not production ready yet and may never fully replace native iOS UI, it’s definitely worth it to try it out and in the future I’m sure it will find it’s place in codebases of many Multiplatform applications.
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.