Multiplatform Kotlin implementation of a service to save, track and share conference submissions.
As featured in my talk "Kotlin beyond Android"
- Slides, video and more: https://speakerdex.co/wiyarmir/kotlin-beyond-android-770522b4
Building the project
There is a Gradle task that will produce a JAR ready to go.
$ ./gradlew stage
The output is in
Running the project
The following environment variables are recognised:
|PORT||Port where the server will run and listen to incoming connections|
|COOKIE_KEY||Key used to encrypt the cookies set|
|ENVIRONMENT||Can be either
You can run the backend development server executing:
$ ./gradlew backend:run
This will start serving the app in port 9090 by default.
If you want to run the frontend development server as well, you can execute:
$ ./gradlew web:run
This will start the webpack development server in port 8080, and proxy all calls to files it doesn't know to port 9090.
Warning: The webpack development server will keep running until you execute
In backend, Ktor supports hot reloading, but since the task serving the app is kept alive, you need to execute in a separate console:
$ ./gradlew backend:classes -t
This will recompilate classes on file changes, and Ktor will detect it and reload them on the next request it serves.
For the frontend, it's enough to execute the original run task with
$ ./gradlew web:run -t
There is a
Procfile that will JustWork
If you would like to contribute code to this repository you can do so through GitHub by creating a new branch in the repository and sending a pull request or opening an issue. Please, remember that there are some requirements you have to pass before accepting your contribution:
- Write clean code and test it.
- The code written will have to match the product owner requirements.
- Follow the repository code style.
- Write good commit messages.
- Do not send pull requests without checking if the project build is OK in the CI environment.
- Review if your changes affects the repository documentation and update it.
- Describe the PR content and don't hesitate to add comments to explain us why you've added or changed something.
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