Bluetooth Low Energy Mobile App Development: A Comparison of Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile, React Native, and iOS
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Team BLERN, an internal learning team, was formed to develop a mobile application with the ability to communicate with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) health devices. Specifically, we were tasked with reading the heart rate and oxygen saturation levels provided by a pulse oximeter and displaying the data within the app.
To diversify our learning, we formed three sub-teams with different tech stacks, each working on the same app. Two teams worked with multi-platform tech stacks that deployed to iOS and Android: the first team used Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile (KMM) and the second used React Native. The third team used native iOS with Swift.
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