droidcon New York 2019
Jetbrains and Google have created an event series called Kotlin/Everywhere. We are proud to be a part of this event series.
We were originally thinking it would be “a track” at the event, but as Android is mostly Kotlin-focused now, and because we’ve made a strong effort to have Multiplatform front and center, the “Kotlin-focused” content is going to be everywhere.
Thanks to Kevin Galligan for making this possible!
You can read his original article here.
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Most of the content at an Android conference in 2019 is going to be around Kotlin on some level (except for the Flutter folks). However, here’s the stuff that’s about Kotlin specifically, libraries (re)designed around Kotlin, and Multiplatform topics.
Performance in a Kotlin world — Sean McQuillan & Daniel Galpin
Diving into advanced Kotlin features — Simon Wirtz
Kids, Play Nice! — Writing With Kotlin-Java Interop — Britt Barak
Tall Legacy App with 10 Pumps Kotlin — Nicole Borrelli
If your code looks like it’s Kotlin … then it probably is Swift — Adrian Catalan & Cecilia Castillo
We're not going to list every library that uses Kotlin, just some that stick out.
We have a few talks on Jetpack Compose specifically, which we think qualifies!
Android Jetpack ❤️ Kotlin: on the road to more wholesome APIs — Wojtek Kaliciński
SELECT * FROM Kotlin — Sam Edwards
Prototyping with Jetpack Compose — Ben Oberkfell
How it’s made: Jetpack Compose — Yousuf Haque & Zachary Smith
Hands on MvRx: Building Real Apps — Gabriel Peal
Native with Kotlin/Native — Eugene Petrenko
Building apps using Kotlin Native — Jeremy Rempel
Using Kotlin/JS and Kotlin/Native on Android — Jake Wharton
SwiftUI meets Kotlin Multiplatform! — John O’Reilly
Wire 3 : Tackling gRPC with Kotlin — Benoit Quenaudon & Egor Andreevici
Multiplatform Functional Architecture — Michael Pardo
Effective Multiplatform Architecture — Ryan Harter
Multiplatform Library Development — Russell Wolf
Native Concurrency and Coroutines — Ben Asher
ReduxKotlin.org: Redux for All Kotlin platforms — Patrick Jackson
Connect platforms with a Kotlin DSL — Patrick Cousins