RoboVM 1.12 released – Experimental tvOS support

Experimental tvOS Support Niklas failing at RoboMission on tvOS Last release we added experimental Bitcode support for iOS, a precursor to tvOS support. Today we are super excited to announce experimental tvOS support! Here’s how you can try it out, even without a tvOS device. In RoboVM Studio/IntelliJ IDEA, simply create a new project and select one of the tvOS templates! Once the project is created, you can find two new run configurations, one for any connected Apple TV device, and one for the Apple TV simulator. You can treat this just like any old iOS run configuration! In Eclipse, create a new project and select one of the tvOS templates. Right...

Kotlin for cross platform mobile app development

Kotlin is leading the pack of new JVM languages in the mobile space these days. Combining Kotlin with RoboVM allows you to not only target Android, but also use Kotlin on iOS, and share code between your frontends and backend. To help spread the word, we started a Kotlin contest a few weeks ago. Read about the details on our contest site and submit until the 14th of December! Getting Started with Kotlin on mobile If you are using IntelliJ Community or Ultimate editions, you can install RoboVM from the JetBrains Plugin Repository. You can also just download and install our custom build of IntelliJ, RoboVM Studio, which bundles up everything you need to get...