• SrSouza

    SrSouza

    2 years ago
    Hi folks, do you think in use Jetpack Compose in the future to Draw the UI porting it to Kotlin Native?
    SrSouza
    Vladislav Areshkin [IceRock]
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  • g

    Glen

    2 years ago
    Hello everyone. Please, I would like to know more about moko-widgets. It seems really interesting and I would like to try it out.
    g
    alex009
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  • alex009

    alex009

    1 year ago
    ℹ️ at now all moko libs except moko-widgets available on kotlin 1.4. you may check it on github or on https://libs.kmp.icerock.dev
    alex009
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  • j

    Julius

    1 year ago
    Hello, I'm currently trying to implement the moko-resources but I keep receiving the gradle error: Required value was null.
    j
    alex009
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  • ludOS

    ludOS

    1 year ago
    hello hello, Soon I'll resume work trying to get moko working on the iOS part of this project that was setup pre kotlin 1.4. First order of business will probably be to relaunch the new project wizard and put files in a proper hierarchy. Anyway, if anyone wants to have a look, code is LGPL: https://github.com/f8full/herdr
    ludOS
    alex009
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  • solidogen

    solidogen

    1 year ago
    hi, what is the current state of moko-widgets? idea seems great, yet complexity level would be similar to Xamarin.Forms, which is a lot to take on and time consuming
    solidogen
    g
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  • xxfast

    xxfast

    1 year ago
    Hello, Re:
    moko:resource-generator
    and
    moko:resources
    , when can we expect
    0.16.0
    with jvm target support to be available?
    xxfast
    alex009
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  • borisdamato

    borisdamato

    1 year ago
    Hello! What is the recommended way to use
    moko-resources
    in a multi-module setup? In my project I have multiple multiplatform modules (usually split by feature) and then I’m using the umbrella framework approach to integrate them into iOS as a single framework. The problem is that when I use
    moko-resources
    on more than one module, of course I end up with multiple
    MR_, MR__, etc
    on the Swift side. What’s the recommended approach with this setup? Thanks
    borisdamato
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  • Zhiqiang Bian

    Zhiqiang Bian

    1 year ago
    Hi! I am using moko livedata (version 0.10.1) with databinding in layout.xml. Can I ask how to refer to a LiveData as shown in the screenshots below? I tried
    android:text="viewModel.station.ld().name"
    and
    android:text="viewModel.station.ld.name"
    . The initial value can be read correctly, but it never updates.
    Zhiqiang Bian
    y9san9
    +1
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