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Isolated Context with Compose

With a Compose application, you can work the same way with an isolated context to deal with SDK or white label application, in order to not mix your Koin definitions with an end user's one.

Define isolated context

First let's declare our isolated context holder, in order to store our isolated Koin instance in memory. This can be done with a simple Object class like this. The MyIsolatedKoinContext class is holding our Koin instance:

object MyIsolatedKoinContext {

val koinApp = koinApplication {
// declare used modules

Adapt the MyIsolatedKoinContext class according your need of initialization

Setup isolated context with Compose

Now that you have defined an isolated Koin context, we can seting up it up to Compose to use it and override all the API. Just use the KoinIsolatedContext at the root Compose function. This will propagate your Koin context in all child composables.

fun App() {
// Set current Koin instance to Compose context
KoinIsolatedContext(context = MyIsolatedKoinContext.koinApp) {


All Koin Compose APIs will use your Koi isolated context after the use of KoinIsolatedContext