This book is aimed at mobile developers and managers who want to explore how they can use Kotlin Multiplatform to share code across Android, iOS and desktop apps. The Raywenderlich Tutorial Team shows how to reduce development and testing time by writing certain parts of your apps only once.
Author: Raywenderlich Tutorial Team
Date: March 2022
Audience: Kotlin developers
Category: Other Languages
- Jetpack Compose Android: Use Android's latest UI toolkit to quickly spin up the UI for different screens of your Android app.
- Compose Multiplatform: Use the concepts you learned in Jetpack Compose Android to develop the UI for desktop apps.
- SwiftUI: Learn how to develop the UI for iOS and macOS apps entirely in Swift.
- Testing: Make your code reliable by writing tests for both common code as well as platform-specific code.
- Koin: Learn about dependency injection and how you can use Koin to implement dependency injection in multiplatform apps.
- SQLDelight: Create a common persistence layer for your multiplatform apps while also getting the benefits of compile-time safety for schemas, statements and migrations.
- Serialization: Learn about different serialization formats and how you can use them to parse JSON data fetched from the Internet.
- Ktor: Implement a common networking layer with support for platform-specific HTTP clients.
- Coroutines: Learn about structures concurrency and the considerations to keep in mind while using coroutines on different platforms.
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