This is a technical preview of a code-sharing library for mobile developers, based on J2objc, called Doppl. J2objc
converts Java code to Objective-C. Doppl is a set of build tools and libraries to facilitate building Android and iOS in parallel,
sharing as much logic as possible, but leaving UI's native.
Read more about Doppl here
We are updating the Droidcon NYC app to use Android Architecture Components, Room, RxJava2, Retrofit2, and other modern libraries.
Droidcon NYC App
Notes on the preview
The docs are still pretty light. We'll be adding them in the coming weeks/months. If you'd like more info, subscribe to
the various communication channels below.
Some dependency versions may be old! When in doubt, see the sample apps:
Party Clicker and
the Droidcon App.
The easiest way to get a basic idea of what the framework does and how it works is to take the
sample tutorial app
for a test drive. We have a simple MVP app using various Sqlite libraries available.
To get an overview of what it is and why it exists, take a look at
What and why?
Creating your own projects and setting up Xcode is somewhat more involved. Some better docs are coming, but
for now see from scratch and working with Xcode
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