Jetpack Compose is the new UI toolkit from Google that is Kotlin First. It takes advantage of Kotlin's Compiler Plugin Architecture to provide a performant UI layer for Android development (albeit extensible to other platforms). We sit down with lead of the project to discuss what it is and plans around it.
We sit down with Michael Pardo to discuss the MVU pattern, taking a brief look at all the other patterns that have existed for UI development over the years. We then talk about Oolong, a library for Kotlin for facilitating MVU in your applications.
We sit down with Jesse and Egor from CashApp (Square) to discuss how they decided to port OKio and OKHttp completely to Kotlin Multiplatform back when Kotlin wasn't even officially supported by Google. We discuss their ventures, reactions from the community, as well as some other things they're using Kotlin for on the backend.
We sit down with JetBrains Developer Advocate Sebastian Aigner, and discuss Kotlin/JS. We cover the new features, the efforts being taken to lower the entry bar to Kotlin/JS, et al.