项目圆满结束

This is final part of the Getting started with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile tutorial. Before proceeding, make sure you've completed previous steps.

First step Set up an environment
Second step Create your first cross-platform app
Third step Add dependencies
Fourth step Upgrade your app
Fifth step Wrap up your project

You've created your first Multiplatform Mobile app that works both on iOS and Android! Now you know how to set up an environment for cross-platform mobile development, create a project in Android Studio, run your app on devices, and expand its functionality.

Now that you've gained some experience with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile, you can take a look at some advanced topics and take on additional cross-platform mobile development tasks:

Next steps Deep dive
  • Add tests to your Kotlin Multiplatform project
  • Publish your mobile application to app stores
  • Introduce cross-platform mobile development to your team
  • Check out the list of useful tools and libraries
  • Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile project structure
  • Interoperability with Objective-C frameworks and libraries
  • Adding dependencies on multiplatform libraries
  • Adding Android dependencies
  • Adding iOS dependencies
  • Tutorials and samples Community and feedback
  • Make your Android app cross-platform
  • Create a multiplatform app using Ktor and SQLDelight
  • Build a full-stack web app with Kotlin Multiplatform
  • See the curated list of sample projects
  • Join the #multiplatform channel in Kotlin Slack
  • Subscribe to the "kotlin-multiplatform" tag on Stack Overflow
  • Subscribe to the Kotlin YouTube channel
  • Report a problem to our issue tracker