Alina Dolgikh [JB]

10/10/2022, 4:20 PM
K📣 Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile has reached Beta and is on track to becoming Stable! Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile – a technology that allows developers to share the logic of iOS and Android apps, combining the benefits of both cross-platform and native development approaches – is now in Beta! Check out a video from the Kotlin team and some early Multiplatform Mobile adopters, get hands-on experience through a new series of webinars, and start using it today.
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Stylianos Gakis

10/10/2022, 4:59 PM
Super exciting! I think one thing that you can do to help people who want to adopt this is provide a dead-simple guide on how to take a multiplatform library and publish it in order for it to be ready for consumption on both platforms. Currently as far as I am aware there isn’t any such guide which is also up to date. The vast majority of people who will manage to get this into production will be in existing codebases which are not mono-repos so removing as much friction from this step as possible is quite important imo.
Well I just realized @n8ebel is doing an amazing job already with these series over here after his super interesting talk named “adopting kotlin multiplatform in brownfield applications”. But maybe it’d be a good idea to surface such efforts in the official documentation?
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10/10/2022, 5:52 PM

Stylianos Gakis

10/10/2022, 9:25 PM
Speaking of removing friction 😅 Yet another thing to help with this!


10/11/2022, 1:29 PM
For anybody trying out KMMBridge, please reach out in slack if you have issues or feedback.
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Axel Winter

11/10/2022, 8:10 AM
Super exciting! be very interested in experiences (performance, productivity, issues, and also any device-specific feature integration)