Kotlin Weekly #-305!
Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile Beta Roadmap Update (blog.jetbrains.com) JetBrains brings an update on the development of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile. Check out this link to read about the new changes.
[SPONSORED] Why Container Monitoring Can’t Fix Your Mobile App (go.embrace.io) Observability platforms are not built for mobile. Delivering optimal user experiences requires understanding endless combinations of user actions, devices, connectivity, third-party SDKs, location variables, and more. Join this webinar and find out how to win in mobile.
Why is Kotlin your next Programming Language? (kt.academy) This article from the folks at Kotlin Academy analyses why Kotlin should be chosen as a programming language.
What’s new with Multiplatform in Apollo Kotlin (www.apollographql.com) Apollo Graph has gone multiplatform since the latest release, 3.3.0. In this article Benoit Lubek gives an overview of what this means for Apollo users.
Gradle Kotlin DSL - Code Reuse (jonnyzzz.com) Eugene Petrenko show how you can reuse code between build.gradle.kts files.
Kotlin Multiplatform: sharing the UI State Management (www.droidcon.com) In this article, Guilherme Delgado writes about how we can share the UI state management in a KMP app.
Diving into Mosaic for Jetpack Compose (jorgecastillo.dev) Mosaic is a library created by JakeWharton for building console UI that relies on the Jetpack Compose compiler and runtime. Jorge Castillo brought up an article diving into it.
Using Square Workflow for Android & iOS (www.youtube.com) In this talk, Mohit Sarveiya will share how to use Workflow for building Android and iOS apps.
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