Russell Wolf


Russell started his first Kotlin Multiplatform project the day after it was possible to share code between JVM and Kotlin/Native. He is the author and maintainer of Multiplatform Settings, a key-value storage library which was one of the earliest mobile multiplatform libraries available. Now a part of Touchlab and with two-and-a-half years of experience in both apps and libraries, he loves finding new ways to connect with the multiplatform community and help people use this technology.

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The Kotlin/Swift boundary


Kotlin/Native can compile to Objective-C-compatible bytecode, but that doesn’t mean it looks natural to native iOS developers. While Kotlin and Swift are syntactically very similar, t...


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