Building an App with Kotlin Multiplatform: Building our Authentication module


In the last post we outlined the foundations for how our kotlin multiplatform project is going to be structured. With this in mind, we’re going to start building the next part of our project – here we’ll start with the remote layer of our application. You may recall seeing how we had each API responsibility separated into an individual module – whilst this may not suit...

Building an App with Kotlin Multiplatform: Structuring our app


Over the past few months I’ve been seeing more and more talk of Kotlin multiplatform online. With this rise in conversations on the topic, I naturally became more and more curious about the technology. I recently started planning out one of my next side-projects, Minimise – the app to help us think more about the purchases we are making and rediscover things that we already own. I...

Practical SwiftUI: Onboarding UI


At WWDC this year we saw the announcement for SwiftUI, a new way to build user interfaces for our iOS applications in a declarative manner. Whilst SwiftUI is still in beta and there are likely changes to occur in the syntax, it’s felt worthwhile digging into it to prepare for the future approach for building iOS interfaces. In this article I want to take a look at building a simple screen...