Why compose multiplatform don't get more popular?

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  • compose-multiplatform

    Compose Multiplatform, a modern UI framework for Kotlin that makes building performant and beautiful user interfaces easy and enjoyable.

    Android samples are great to learn Compose. And then everything you learn about compose is directly applicable to the compose UI in desktop and other platforms. You just read the documentation of https://github.com/JetBrains/compose-jb to get a UI showing on desktop and other platforms, and can go from there.

  • compose-samples

    Official Jetpack Compose samples.

    These are all the desktop specific topics. For everything else about compose, use the extremely good Android documentation that will teach you how to use compose and the actual widgets: https://developer.android.com/jetpack/compose

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. Add Auth, Databases, Functions, and Storage to your product and build any application at any scale while using your preferred coding languages and tools.

  • voyager

    🛸 A pragmatic navigation library for Jetpack Compose (by adrielcafe)

    If I were to start a project right now, I'd use https://github.com/adrielcafe/voyager although, it doesn't support Web Canvas or iOS yet I don't think.

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