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Why we need Kotlin Native

Mobile development has historically required development on 2 or more distinct platforms and toolkits

  • iOS: (Objective C, Swift, Xcode)
  • Android: (Java, Kotlin, Android Studio)

Abstracting logic and sharing common code that is reused for different purposes is not a new concept, it is the history of modern computing. By comparison, iOS and Android are just over 10 years…

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Android, Kotlin, Computer Science

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