It's all about Kotlin on the 8th of May.
What an exciting frontier!
In this talk we'll go over the creation of a Kotlin Multiplatform library. You'll learn how modules for each platform work, decide what parts of the code makes sense to share and what doesn't. All based in the experiences gathered after creating a library at Mixtiles used to fetch images from different cloud providers.
18:00 Doors open + free gourmet
19:30 Guy Heylens
20:30 David Gonzalez
21:30 End + drinks
Serverside development with Kotlin and ktor Do you need a backend for your webapp, Android app or company?
Why not try Kotlin with ktor, it's lightweight, scalable and multiplatform. You can easily build a backend using DSL's and coroutines.
Ktor runs in standard server environments, like Google's App Engine, which will host and scale your backend automatically.
I will guide you through the process of setting up a ktor project, build a small web api and set it up on Docker.
Building a library for Android and iOS using Kotlin Multiplatform
Sharing code between platforms is a powerful technique, but it may be hard to accomplish without rich APIs that we have in Android, JVM, or iOS platforms. Kotlin Multiplatform libraries can be used to fix that, bringing rich APIs directly in the common Kotlin code.
Don't miss out and claim your seat now!