So you’ve seen the blog posts and conference talks about Kotlin Multiplatform. Maybe you’ve put together a hello world. You might have found the experience confusing, with lots of new configuration to learn, and many out-of-date examples.
At Touchlab, we created a template project called KaMPKit to ease startup time and get to prototyping real features faster. It’s given us a platform to prototype ideas quickly, and has been a model for integrating shared Kotlin code into real production apps. And best of all, you can use it too!
We’ll talk about the structure of KaMPKit, and the architectural choices we made in developing it. You’ll learn about the libraries involved and how you can use them. And we’ll talk through some actual examples of projects Touchlab has built from this template. With any luck, our production experience can help inform yours!