JetBrains releases Compose Multiplatform 1.0 for creating Kotlin-based Android, desktop, and web apps

JetBrains produces some of the most popular integrated development environments (IDEs) around for creating software with Java, PHP, Kotlin, and other programming languages. The company has also been working on JetBrains Compose Multiplatform, a framework for creating cross-platform applications based on the Kotlin language (and is connected to Google’s Jetpack Compose). Multiplatform has been in various stages of development across different platforms for a while, and now JetBrains says it’s ready for everyone to use on Android, desktop, and the web.
JetBrains said on Thursday, “with Compose Multiplatform by Jetbrains, developers can easily create desktop apps with UI in Kotlin. The framework is declarative, so the code reflects the UI and developers don’t need to worry about UI update logic, it allows them to preview parts of the UI without building the whole app, and shares the common API with Jetpack Compose by Google to simplify the adoption. […] Developers can share their UI an…

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