Kotlin for WebAssembly Goes Alpha
Kotlin/Wasm is in Alpha! Continue reading to explore the capabilities of this technology.
Compose Multiplatform 1.5.10 – The Perfect Time To Get Started
The Compose Multiplatform 1.5.10 release provides support for Kotlin 1.9.20, offers simplified onboarding, and introduces a new portal for documentation.
Kotlin Multiplatform Is Stable and Production-Ready
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.
Shining a Spotlight on Kotlin Multiplatform Content Creators
The latest round of finalists whose work has stood out in this Kotlin Multiplatform Content Creators Recognition Campaign.
Compose Multiplatform 1.5.0 Release
As of today, Compose Multiplatform 1.5.0 is available for you to use. Check out the highlights from this release.
Help Us Improve the Performance of Your Compose Multiplatform Apps
We’ve released performance improvements in Compose Multiplatform 1.5.0-beta01. We need your feedback to keep making this already powerful UI framework even better!
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.
Compose Multiplatform 1.2 Is Out: New Mouse and Keyboard APIs, ProGuard Support, Online Updates, and More
Starting today, Compose Multiplatform 1.2 is available for you to use! This latest version of the declarative UI framework for Kotlin brings compatibility with the latest Kotlin version and introduces several powerful features for the desktop target. Specifically, here are the highlights: The new…
JetBrains Toolbox Case Study: Moving 1M users to Kotlin & Compose Multiplatform
Victor Kropp, the Team Lead for the Toolbox team at JetBrains, shares the story of adopting Kotlin and Compose Multiplatform on desktop. The JetBrains Toolbox App is the single entry point for developing using JetBrains IDEs. It serves as a control panel for tools and projects, and makes install…
Compose Multiplatform 1.0 Is Going Live!
Compose Multiplatform by JetBrains, the declarative UI framework for Kotlin, has reached version 1.0, which makes it ready for production use! Here are a few highlights that we hope will make you as excited about the release of this framework as we are: On desktop, you can now create Kotlin apps …
Compose Multiplatform Goes Beta: Stabilized APIs, Compatibility with Google’s Compose Artifacts, and More
Compose Multiplatform, the declarative UI framework for Kotlin, has reached Beta. This brings Compose for Desktop and Compose for Web another step closer to their stable release later this year. Here are the highlights: We are starting to stabilize APIs in preparation for the 1.0 release, and we’…
Compose Multiplatform Goes Alpha, Unifying Desktop, Web, and Android UIs
Today’s release marks another step in our grand unified theory of UI development with Kotlin! We have a lot of news to talk about for our multiplatform UI efforts, including Compose for Desktop and Compose for Web. Today's announcement builds on Google's news last week that Jetpack Compose is now in…