is it safe to go with KMP at this point of time keeping in mind that Apple Rejection criteria in focus?
02/01/2020, 7:54 AM
Can you link this rejection criteria which is connected to KMP? :)
02/01/2020, 10:19 AM
Afaik Apple validation concerns visual content validation, they do not worry about how it is programmed
02/01/2020, 3:48 PM
Apple would need to selectively pick some llvm platforms to reject, which is possible, but unlikely. By way of comparison, Apple allows react native to push code changes without review. If they allow that, but arbitrarily decide not to allow just Kotlin, I’d be pretty shocked. Summary, I can’t guarantee they won’t start rejecting just Kotlin, but that seems very unlikely.
Venkat , Bangalore , India
02/01/2020, 6:09 PM
thanks @Larten@sendoav@kpgalligan for your inputs. @Larten i mean in case if Apple changes its policy thats against to Kotlin generated Object-C all of a sudden .. as Apple keep supporting high rate of Swift code in recent projects... Posted my question just to get to an idea how things are going with KMP in actual life as i am also on the same KMP boat now 🙂.