Kotlin Weekly #-355!
Compose Multiplatform for iOS Is in Alpha (blog.jetbrains.com) Compose Multiplatform, the declarative framework from JetBrains for building cross-platform user interfaces with Kotlin, is now able to target iOS. Read the official announcement here.
Select in Kotlin Coroutines (kt.academy) Coroutines provide the select function, which lets us await the result of the first coroutine that completes. Check out in this article how to use this experimental feature.
Kotlin Multiplatform presenters (or ViewModels): the lean way (proandroiddev.com) In this article, Fred Porciuncula tells us how at Klima they take advantage of Android ViewModels in KMM projects.
Kotlin and JPA — a good match or a recipe for failure? (blog.kotlin-academy.com) Is there a proper way to use Hibernate in Kotlin efficiently? Lukasz Pieta answers this question in his new article.
A taste of simple Android DI with Kotlin Context Receivers (ubiratansoares.dev) Kotlin Context Receivers can be used for Dependency Injection. Ubiratan Soares gives us a taste of his approach in his new article.
Precise thread management with Coroutine Dispatchers (www.youtube.com) In this stream, the folks from Kt Academy talk about Kotlin Coroutine Dispatchers and then Marcin Moskała answers some of the audience questions.
Defensive Coding for Safe Migrations (www.youtube.com) Duncan McGregor talks about how he face programming when he wants to make migrations without breaking the entire codebase.
Can’t Stop The KMP Train with Josh Shin from Volley (www.youtube.com) In this episode of A Touch of Multiplatform, Josh Shin talks about his journey with KMP and how he got it scaled, specially considering the iOS side.
The Developers’ Bakery #58: Confetti with John O’Reilly and Martin Bonnin (thebakery.dev) In this new episode of The Developers’ Bakery, Nico speak with John O’Reilly and Martin Bonnin about Kotlin, Confetti and more.
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