We talk to Salomon about his Kodein framework which started as a simple dependency injection framework for Kotlin and now has evolved into a multi-platform framework which provides many features including database, logging, etc.
We catch up wth Roman to discuss the state of libraries in Kotlin, the release of coroutines, changes that were brought with it, as well as other activities Roman and team are working on to bring multi-platform libraries to Kotlin.
We chat with Kevin about multi-platform development with Kotlin. Amongst many things, we discuss its differences with alternative technologies, the state of tooling and libraries, as well as factors people should consider when adopting OSS technologies.
We sit down with Gabriel to discuss the move of AirBnB away from React Native and the adoption of Kotlin. We also discuss the potential of multi-platform projects with Kotlin and what he sees are potential benefits and problems to avoid.
We chat with Arnaud about Koin, a new dependency injection framework written from the ground up in Kotlin. We discuss the why, the how and whether in this day and age it makes sense to even have dependency injections frameworks. Spoiler...it does.