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Kotlin for Android App Development: iOS Compatilbility

 
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I've heard that it is possible to use your Kotlin code to develop an iOS version of your application. Does the book's concepts provide a good foundation that can lead to a compatible iOS application?
 
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Hi Matt,

The book is divided into two Parts.

Part I teaches you Kotlin in depth. So it's very much relevant for whatever you want to do with Kotlin.

Part II goes through two sample Android apps so might not be as relevant, except for some concepts related to app development in general.

Honestly, I think the book is worth it for Part I alone (and the coding exercises).

- Peter
 
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