In today’s episode, join me with Martin Bonnin and John O’Reilly as we explore Confetti, a Kotlin Multiplatform Conference App.
Tune in as Martin and John discuss the story behind Confetti, its architecture, and how they managed to hit both the Play Store and the App Store using Kotlin Multiplatform.
Confetti was also presented recently at KotlinConf 2023. We’ll be talking about John’s and Martin’s experience at KotlinConf and their favorite session from this edition.
Enjoy the show 👨🍳
- 00.08 Intro
- 00.54 Episode Start
- 01.30 John’s Introduction
- 02.04 Martin’s Introduction
- 03.08 What is Confetti?
- 04.24 What’s the story behind Confetti?
- 07.57 Are conference apps the new TODO lists?
- 09.47 Confetti’s Architecture
- 12.24 Confetti’s UI Stack
- 15.45 How much code is shared between Android & iOS?
- 17.35 SwiftUI vs Compose for iOS
- 21.21 Takeaways from KotlinConf
- 24.35 John’s favorite session
- 28.15 Confetti @ KotlinConf
- 32.02 Confetti vs KotlinConf App
- 34.51 Confetti on a watch
- 38.47 New features for Confetti
- 40.30 Whitelabelling
- 42.48 Further reading
- 45.17 Where people can find you online?
- joreilly/Confetti on GitHub
- Confetti on the AppStore
- Confetti on the PlayStore
- Mentioned Resources:
- apollographql/apollo-android on Github
- ExpediaGroup/graphql-kotlin on Github
- The Developers’ Bakery #13 - Apollo GraphQL with Martin Bonnin
- Confetti: building a Kotlin Multiplatform conference app in 40min - Video from KotlinConf
- KotlinConf Video Playlist
- @joreilly on Twitter
- @joreilly on GitHub
- John’s Blog
- @martinbonnin on Github
- @martinbonnin on Twitter
- Martin’s Blog