kodee happyKotlin Multiplatform Is Stable in Kotlin 1.9.20 and Production-Readykodee happy
In a highly anticipated move, Kotlin Multiplatform, an open-source technology built by JetBrains that allows developers to share code across platforms while retaining the benefits of native programming, has become Stable and is now 100% ready for use in production.
Stable version includes:
✅ Strict compatibility guarantees
✅ Better build setup user experience
✅ Build and runtime performance improvements
Check out the blog post to learn about the evolution of Kotlin Multiplatform and the KMP ecosystem, how it can streamline your development process, and what educational resources are available for you to get the most out of the technology.
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11/02/2023, 12:34 AM
Congrats on the release! Lots of good things in Kotlin/Native 🙂
I don't know who is best to raise this to, perhaps @Kathrin Petrova, but is it worth calling out the efforts over at CashApp in regards to MPP paging? This blurb seems to overlook their efforts at pushing that forward:
> The Android team at Google is continuing to support KMP users by providing the experimental multiplatform versions of Jetpack libraries, and they’ve already made the Collections, DataStore, Annotations, and Paging libraries compatible with Kotlin Multiplatform.