This meetup will be live streamed on the Kotlin London YouTube channel.
Year 2020 has not only been the year of the pandemic, but also the year which set the division between “The Past” and “The Future” in apps development. With JetpackCompose and Kotlin MultiPlatform reaching “Alpha” stage in August 2020, The Future will already start in 2021, the year where both technologies will reach “Stable” stage.
The Future is a clean cut from The Past, as “MultiPlatform” will become the preferred choice. We will see many platform-specific technologies (LiveData, RxJava, Dagger, Retrofit, Room, etc.) losing their centrality, replaced by KMP technologies such as StateFlow, Coroutines, Ktor, Serialization, SqlDelight, etc.
In this talk I will present the D-KMP architecture which is based on the 3 pillars:
- DeclarativeUIs (JetpackCompose on Android, SwiftUI on iOS, Kotlin/React on Web)
- Kotlin MultiPlatform (KMP)
- MVI pattern.
Micronaut is a full-stack framework for building microservices. The framework offers fast startup time, low memory consumption, efficient compile-time dependency injection, and it is designed to build resilient microservices. Micronaut also has Kotlin coroutines support. In this talk, we’ll explore how to build microservices with coroutines. We’ll look at use cases for using suspending functions, scopes, and dispatchers in your controller with Micronaut. We’ll also dive into how to test your microservice. By the end of this talk, you’ll have a good starting point to use Micronaut with coroutines.
Learn more about the event and the presenters at the Kotlin London meetup page.
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