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Multiplatform Kotlin in 42 minutes

Kotlin User Group Czech

13 June 2018, talk

Nowadays, one uses many languages to code an applications. Javascript, HTML, CSS, Java, SQL, Kotlin, Android, iOS and so on. Did you know, Kotlin compiles the same code to different platforms? With that, you reduce the number of languages in your application and benefit from code reuse, e.g., from server-side JVM and client-side JavaScript.

Join us to welcome the new world of reusable code. In the talk, we will be creating a web application with JVM backend, React JavaScript frontend. Eugene explains, how Kotlin allows us to reuse code between platforms. Kotlin will not help you to use your JVM library from JavaScript of vice versa. We will do live-coding and go through several examples. One need multiplatform libraries too, we cover the topic and share and use some production-ready multiplatform libraries for the demo application we create.

You’ll learn about Kotlin multiplatform programming basics and understand how you can benefit from multiplatform Kotlin in your daily projects.


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