Session

Creating SDKs in Kotlin Multiplatform

Kotlin Multiplatform or KMP is the talk of the town nowadays. Everyone is talking about it, lots of big orgs are using it as well, including Thoughtworks, Shopify, JioCinema, Cred etc.
While making the whole app with KMP (Kotlin Multiplatform) sounds fantastic, another really good use case would be to migrate your SDKs and libraries to KMP.
Whether you're a B2B company that offers SDKs and libraries to external clients or creating and using SDKs internally within your company, making it in KMP can help ensure consistency among different platforms, less time and effort spent, and in the end lower cost of maintenance.
In this talk, we'll discuss why and how you should create SDKs and migrate existing SDKs to KMP, and some best practices regarding the same, from a person who has done it in production, affecting millions of users.
In this session, we'll learn the following
- Why Kotlin Multiplatform for SDKs
- Difference between multiplatform and cross-platform
- How to support different platforms (Android, iOS, JS, Flutter etc.) when creating SDKs
- Performance optimization and handling threading for different platforms
- Best practices

Learn why and how to migrate or create new SDKs / libraries with Kotlin Multiplatform.
In this session, we'll learn the following
- Why Kotlin Multiplatform for SDKs
- Difference between multiplatform and cross-platform
- How to support different platforms (Android, iOS, JS, Flutter etc.) when creating SDKs
- Performance optimization and handling threading for different platforms
- Best practices

Rivu Chakraborty

Kotlin GDE, Android Dev, Author, Speaker, Community Person

Bengaluru, India

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