Compose Multiplatform for iOS Is in Alpha
Compose Multiplatform, the declarative framework from JetBrains for building cross-platform user interfaces with Kotlin, is now able to target iOS! That means you can use Compose Multiplatform to build your user interface once, 100% in Kotlin, and use it on Android, iOS, and beyond.
Shout-Out to Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Content Creators!
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile is in Beta, and the technology’s ecosystem is continuing to expand and mature. All of this would be impossible without the community's contributions. In order to celebrate the work of the community’s authors of articles, videos, and samples, we’re launching the Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Content Creators Recognition Campaign. Today, we would like to share some great new content that will inspire learners and make the official resources more complete. It’s never too late to become a part of the growing community of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile content creators
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Is in Beta – Start Using It Now!
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile – a technology that allows developers to share the logic of iOS and Android apps – is now in Beta and is on track to becoming Stable!
Join the Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Content Creators
We’ve started the Multiplatform Mobile Content Creators Recognition Campaign. Our goal is to show all of the authors of articles, videos, and samples how much we appreciate their efforts.
The State of Kotlin Multiplatform Survey Q3-Q4 2021
Find the key findings of the Kotlin Multiplatform survey Q3-Q4 2021. We asked our users about their experience with Kotlin Multiplatform.
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Beta Roadmap Update
We would like to bring you an update on the development of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile, which is continuing to move steadily along the road to Beta status.
Android Integration and Support for All Kinds of Multiplatform Projects in the Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Plugin for AppCode
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile plugin for AppCode just got a huge update. We’ve got some exciting news to share with you! Support for All Kinds of Multiplatform Projects For a long time, the only supported project model in our plugin was the Gradle DSL with a special iOS/macOS part. Now we support opening Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile projects with regular Xcode projects/workspaces and Kotlin parts configured via CocoaPods: All of the features are available, such as cross-language refactorings and navigation actions: This means that now you can use any project format – be it a regular Kotlin
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Plugin for Android Studio 0.3.0 Released
The Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Plugin for Android Studio 0.3.0 was recently released! New features and improvements to simplify the creation of your projects.
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Beta Roadmap Video Highlights
Watch the video to learn about all the important changes and improvements that you can expect with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Beta.
Try the New Cross-Language Change Signature Refactoring With the Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Plugin for AppCode
When making a Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile plugin for AppCode, we focused on providing cross-language features. Learn more and see it in action.
Results of the Kotlin Multiplatform Survey Q1-Q2 2021
The Kotlin team has always relied on feedback from the community to make decisions about the future of the technology. You will always be the people who best know how to make Kotlin even more enjoyable to work with! That’s why a year ago we started a Kotlin Multiplatform Survey program to collect your feedback on sharing code with Kotlin Multiplatform, learn more about your use cases, and understand how we can improve the technology. The last survey was conducted in July 2021. It covers all code-sharing use cases that the flexible Kotlin Multiplatform technology allows you to implemen