In this episode, guest Arkadii Ivanov takes us on a journey through his open-source projects MVIKotlin and Decompose. Find out about the Model-View-Intent architecture pattern, learn how Decompose helps write better declarative multiplatform user interfaces with Kotlin, and discover that time travel is possible – at least for debugging.
In this episode, guest John O'Reilly shares his multiplatform development journey. John takes us back to his roots, discusses his experiences with developing for multiple platforms, explains how Kotlin Multiplatform helps with productivity, and shares his open source projects.
In this episode, we talk to the new Kotlin Project Lead, Roman Elizarov, who tells us all about the Kotlin team, their areas of focus, and their plans for the future.
We chat with Vitaly about JAI Conversational Framework - a tool that allows you to build a conversational interface to your application without the need to use any of the big players on the market. We dicuss the benefits to the approach and why they chose Kotlin.
We sit down to talk to Nikolay Igotti, who's now leading the efforts of Compose for Desktop at JetBrains. We talk about why the need for a new UI framework for Desktop, how Compose for Desktop works, and what's planned for the future.