A money management Android and iOS app wrote with Kotlin Multiplatform, Jetpack Compose and Swift UI.
Coming soon: Desktop App (with Compose for Desktop).
MoneyFlow comes also in dark
✅Transaction Entry 🏗Transaction List 💭Edit Transaction 💭Add custom category 💭Recap screen with plots 💭Budgeting feature ✅Database import and export ✅Sync data with Dropbox 💭Import from CSV 💭Change currency 🏗Lock view with biometrics
✅Implemented 💭Not yet implemented, still in my mind! 🏗Working on it
How to build:
In order to build the iOS project, you will need to add a
Config.xcconfig file inside the iosApp/Assets folder, with the content of the Config.xcconfig.template file.
If you want to run the Dropbox sync, you need to create a Dropbox App here and get an API key. For iOS, you need to provide also the URL scheme and both need to be placed in the
Config.xcconfig file created above:
On Android, you only need the API key, which must be included in the
local.properties in the root project dir:
I wrote some articles about all the decisions and the thoughts that I’ve made to come up with an architecture for MoneyFlow.
- Improving shared architecture for a Kotlin Multiplatform, Jetpack Compose and SwiftUI app
- Choosing the right architecture for a [new] Kotlin Multiplatform, Jetpack Compose and SwiftUI app
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