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Get started with Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile

Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile (KMM) is an SDK designed to simplify the development of cross-platform mobile applications. You can share common code between iOS and Android apps and write platform-specific code only where it's necessary. Common use cases for Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile include implementing a native UI or working with platform-specific APIs.

Get to know Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile and create a mobile app that works on both Android and iOS by completing these steps:

First step Set up an environment for cross-platform mobile development

Second step Create your first app that works both on Android and iOS with the IDE

Third step Add dependencies to your project

Fourth step Upgrade your app

Fifth step Wrap up your project

Next step

Start by setting up an environment for Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile development.

See also

If you want to convert your existing Android project into a cross-platform app, follow these steps to make it work on iOS:

First step Set up an environment for cross-platform mobile development

Second step Complete this tutorial to make your Android app cross-platform

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Last modified: 07 September 2022