# multiplatform

Sergio Casero

10/23/2018, 8:40 PM
Hello guys! Here you can find another mpp project🙂 We use ktor for backend, react, android and ios for clients. It's more or less like kotlinconf app (the app is for voting talks for other event, here in Spain 🙂 ), but we use MVP (sharing presenters) and we're also sharing the Remote Data Source (currently serializing with serializationx because ktor-client-json feature is not available for all platforms yet). Thanks to @marcinmoskala and @wiyarmir repos, they are really really helpfull! The project is still WIP, suggestions, PRs and (why not) ragging are welcome!
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10/24/2018, 2:43 AM
Very nice. Thank you for sharing. The more samples we have available, the better. And sorry to nitpick, but is ‘kotlin-platform-native’ considered part of the the multiplatform plugin? I only ask because my understanding is that multiplatform is the ‘way forward’, and I am still unsure how it can generate a hybrid framework - like it appears the platform-native is doing in your project.

Sergio Casero

10/24/2018, 6:20 AM
In our case, the kotlin-platform-native plugin generates a "framework" or "library", and you can access to this library from the native targets
I suppose that when native goes to stable, the easiest way to do mpp will be doing everything in native


10/24/2018, 7:27 AM
i'm pretty noob in multiplatform. i see that all ios stuff is on swift. do you plan to rewrite it in kotlin or this is impossible right now?

Sergio Casero

10/24/2018, 8:49 AM
Is possible, but with a Workaround...