How to fake a database/backend in Axure

Thank you all for voting on what our next topic should be. And the winner is (drum roll)... The Repeater Widget! 

The Repeater Widget is one of the exciting new feature introduced with Axure 7, and it was created with the purpose of display repeating patterns of text, images, and links or in other words, the ability to "fake" a backend. 

For Show-and-Tell, Scott from TalkTalk will walk us through the Axure prototype that helped shaped TalkTalk's current YouView TV app. He will demonstrate how to use Axure to prototype TV apps using a TV remote control to control the app…. I know what you all thinking… I had no idea that could even be done! If so, come along and check it out :D

Last but not least, I have a very special guest, author of the book Axure for Mobile, Lennart Hennigs, who will be joining us via Skype. I will have a few questions prepared for him, and I will be opening the floor for Q&A, so have your own brilliant mobile prototyping questions ready for him as well.

As always, there will be pizza and drinks sponsored by Axure, and I will have plenty this time, I pinky promise ;)

Well that's it for now, I hope to see you all in three week! 

Cheers!

Sandra

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  • Carmen B.

    All talks were really useful and I'm looking forward to put into practice some of the things I learnt yesterday. This is a great meet up. There isn't much around for Axure, apart from the forums. Thanks Sandra for organising and for the brill session.

    July 31

  • Claire U.

    Excellent session in a good location. Enthusiastic and knowledgable speaks made it a great evening. Thanks to everyone for their contributions.

    July 31

  • Claire U.

    Excellent session in a good location. Enthusiastic and knowledgable speaks made it a great evening. Thanks to everyone for their contributions.

    2 · July 31

  • Mike G.

    Well done again Sandra! Good presentations all around - could have done with a ' 'RedRat' recently - and Lennart really knows his stuff. See you next time. MG

    July 30

  • Palma B.

    It was really interesting! All of the presentations were useful, intriguing and exciting. I enjoyed the meet up very much, will definitely go to the next one, it was a pleasant evening.

    1 · July 30

  • Mike G.

    Stuck on a bus - but will be there Sandra!

    July 30

  • Vanea C.

    Hi guys! Trapped at work. Agree with Neelesh, any change to watch it online?

    July 30

  • Andreas W.

    Awesome, I'm really looking forward to tomorrow - could anyone give me a rough idea how long the event will take?

    July 29

    • Sandra G.

      Hi Andreas :) We are hoping to be done by 9:00 pm.

      1 · July 29

    • Andreas W.

      Thanks Sandra - was nearly on my way, but won't be able to make it... stuck in a meeting for quite a while longer, I'll defo show up next time! :)

      July 30

  • Neelesh S.

    Oh was looking forward to this but unable to come now. Any chance there will be a recording?

    July 30

    • Sandra G.

      Unfortunately no :( This is not the first time, that I am asked about recording the event. I will try to have this available for the next one.

      July 30

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