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
Cash App Case Study: Getting the Benefits of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile without Leaving Their Comfort Zone
Cash App shares their story of adopting Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile and benefiting from shared code across their mobile platforms.
Down Dog Case Study: Building 500K Subscribers App with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile
The Down Dog yoga start up built an app using Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile. It has over 500k subscribers on both Android and iOS and an average rating of 4.9.
Philips Case Study: Building Connectivity with Kotlin Multiplatform
Philips is a leading health technology company focused on improving people's health and well-being, and enabling better outcomes across the health continuum – from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care. Philips is pursuing the goal of improving 2.5 billion lives per year by 2030. Philips has a wide range of connected products for smart home care and personal health that are supported with smart applications for Android and iOS. Typically these products are connected locally via Bluetooth Low Energy or Wi-Fi, and they are also connected to the Philips cloud for r
Results of the First Kotlin Multiplatform Survey
The Kotlin team has always relied on feedback from the community for making decisions about the future of the technology. You will always be our go-to people who know best how to make Kotlin even more enjoyable to work with! This past November, we conducted our first-ever Kotlin Multiplatform survey with the goal of understanding how the recent changes in the technology have shaped the ways developers use it. This initiative was well received by the community, resulting in an astonishing 1163 replies and 614 fully filled-out surveys, which are the basis for this report. We want to say thank yo