Real life Kotlin Multiplatform project with an iOS application developed in Swift with SwiftUI, an Android application developed in Kotlin with Jetpack Compose and a backed in Kotlin hosted on AppEngine.
- Create the agenda of your conference, optionally from Conference Hall
- Fetch your partners from CMS4Partners
- Create your feedback forms to OpenFeedback.io
- Import a participant ticket from BilletWeb
- Networking space which respect privacy from mobile to mobile
- Mobile application for Android and iOS
- Kotlin - First class and official programming language for Android development
- Jetpack Compose - Modern toolkit for building native UI
- Accompanist - Collection of extension libraries for Jetpack Compose
- Coil - Media management and image loading framework for Android
- ViewModel - Stores UI-related data that isn't destroyed on UI changes
- Navigation Compose - Allow users to navigate across, into, and back out from the different pieces of content within your app
- Swift - First class and official programming language for iOS development
- SwiftUI - Build apps across all Apple platforms with Swift
- Kotlin Coroutines - Light-weight threads
- kotlinx.serialization - Kotlin Multiplatform / multi format serialization
- SQLDelight - Generates typesafe Kotlin APIs from SQL
- Multiplatform Settings - Kotlin Multiplatform library for saving simple key-value data
- ktor - Client to make HTTP request and HTTP server routing
- Firestore - JVM client to make request on Firestore
- Storage - JVM client to make request on Storage
Kotlin Multiplatform project where
:iosApp share the same codebase for the business logic (with
:shared modules share the same models due to
:models module and avoid any errors in the parsing of backend responses.
flowchart LR :androidApp --> :shared :iosApp --> :shared :shared --> :models :backend --> :models
Running in local
Start firebase emulators inside a terminal with Firestore service.
firebase login # If you are not yet logged firebase emulators:start --project $RANDOM_FIREBASE_PROJECT_ID
Start appengine server inside another terminal to interact with the local instance of your Firebase.
# Export credential of a random GCP account. export GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS=/path/to/key.json ./gradlew :backend:installDist && ./backend/build/install/backend/bin/backend
Now, you can start to interact with the backend.
Deploy in GCP
# If you are not yet logged gcloud auth login gcloud config set project $PROJECT_ID # Deploy in production ./gradlew :backend:appengineDeploy
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