S1 E4 – Kotlin Multiplatform 101, cross platform code sharing & J2ObjC w/ Gijs van Veen

Today’s guest is Gijs van Veen – an iOS and Android developer whose worked on apps for companies like Takeaway{dot}com & Garmin, and is currently working at Splendo BV where he’s working on Kotlin Multiplatform app library, Kaluga.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Kotlin Multiplatform
    • What is it
    • How and when to use it
    • It’s pro’s and con’s
  • Cross platform code sharing
  • J2ObjC (https://developers.google.com/j2objc)


You can find Gijs on Twitter @ https://www.twitter.com/Daeda88 and you can find the Kotlin Multiplatform library he’s currently working on at https://github.com/splendo/kaluga



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