👋 Anyone here tried fastlane gym to archive a KMP based iOS project to distribute to firebase (or any other platform) through circleCI? The build gets stuck trying to run
Everything (including the firebase distribution) works fine locally.
2 months ago
Hello, currently using Kotlin
I am getting troubles to get a JS project being served via
My browser is correctly opening my
file, but not able to fetch the JS (404).The gradle output is the following
> Task :kotlinNodeJsSetupUP-TO-DATE
> Task :kotlinNpmCachesSetup
> Task :kotlinRestoreYarnLockUP-TO-DATE
> Task :kotlinYarnSetupUP-TO-DATE
> Task :adView:jsPackageJsonUP-TO-DATE
> Task :adView:jsTestPackageJsonUP-TO-DATE
> Task :packageJsonUmbrellaUP-TO-DATE
> Task :rootPackageJsonUP-TO-DATE
> Task :kotlinNpmInstallUP-TO-DATE
> Task :kotlinStoreYarnLockUP-TO-DATE
> Task :adView:jsGenerateExternalsIntegratedSKIPPED
> Task :adView:compileKotlinJsUP-TO-DATE
> Task :adView:jsProcessResourcesUP-TO-DATE
> Task :adView:jsMainClassesUP-TO-DATE
> Task :adView:compileDevelopmentExecutableKotlinJsUP-TO-DATE
> Task :adView:jsDevelopmentExecutableCompileSync
> Task :adView:jsBrowserDevelopmentRun
Execution optimizations have been disabled for task ':adView:jsBrowserDevelopmentRun' to ensure correctness due to the following reasons:
- Gradle detected a problem with the following location:'/Users/tristan/AndroidStudioProjects/Ads/build/js/packages/Ads-adView/kotlin/Ads-adView.js'. Reason: Task ':adView:jsBrowserDevelopmentRun' uses this output of task ':adView:jsDevelopmentExecutableCompileSync' without declaring an explicit or implicit dependency. This can lead to incorrect results being produced, depending on what order the tasks are executed. Please refer to <https://docs.gradle.org/7.4.2/userguide/validation_problems.html#implicit_dependency> for more details about this problem.
<i> [webpack-dev-server] Project is running at:
<i> [webpack-dev-server] Loopback: <http://localhost:8080/>
<i> [webpack-dev-server] On Your Network (IPv4): <http://10.0.0.3:8080/>
<i> [webpack-dev-server] On Your Network (IPv6): http://[fe80::1]:8080/
<i> [webpack-dev-server] Content not from webpack is served from '/Users/tristan/AndroidStudioProjects/Ads/adView/build/processedResources/js/main' directory
<i> [webpack-dev-middleware] wait until bundle finished: /
I am also joining the content of
as a screenshot.Are there any steps I missed?Thanks a lot for your help.
This might be a stupid questionBut how do I add the support for Kotlin React JS (Web)?Do I need to add it to both top-level and inside common MPP module as well?Or just adding it to top-level would work?
2 months ago
Hello folks, is there any library to work with USB in multiplatform? 🙂
2 months ago
Just want to say that I now have AGP 7.2.0 working in IntelliJ and my Android code can now recognize all the MPP symbols 🙌. Thanks to everyone who worked on this 💙:android-10::kotlinnew:
I am testing out KMM, and having a KMM library connecting to a grpc service on hosting machine.
I then have a simple test in
, trying to make the connection to the service. I then run the test from AS, choosing
as the target. However, I simply cannot make it work:
If I use
as the destination host, I get a connection rejection error.
Then I thought maybe this is running from Android emulator, so I use
. This gives me
Operation timed out
So, what is the right way to connect to a service on the host OS from KMM test targeting Android?
2 months ago
I find when developing :compose-multiplatform: Compose/ :kotlinnew: Multi-Platform code I switch between [JB] IDE's frequently.
This code to auto-select the Android Gradle Plugin version has become a significant time-saver 😄🎁 Welcome to copy; or... would you even find this useful as a Gradle plugin? Perhaps pointing to some kind of centrally updated IDE/AGP version map?
(This would go in top-level