You’re invited to join us at MobileWeek 2014 (April 11 - 17, 2014), New York City’s largest mobile tech event series, with 15+ tech events including a one-day conference + expo with 40+ speakers, a mobile dev hackathon, hiring mixer, and a dozen city-wide partner events hosted by companies including Spotify, StackOverflow, and Appssavvy!
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The MobileWeek Conference will highlight such topics as “The Mobile-Driven City”, “Infinitely Scalable Mobile Apps”, “Reality Check on Monetizing Apps” with speakers from Google, Spotify, Red Hat, ChallengePost, Yummly, Mashery, and Blackberry to name a few!
MobileWeek is produced by the team behind DeveloperWeek in San Francisco (2,000 participants) and DataWeek + API World in San Francisco (3,000 participants) making our events some of the largest, nerdiest conference + event series of 2014.
Get your feet wet in native iOS app development. This is a beginner workshop. We'll all build a simple app. And as you go through the process of developing the app, you'll get introduced to the following:
Underlying concepts for developing iOS apps
Some elementary Objective-C concepts
Tools for development - XCode and the simulator
Using the visual editor ( Interfacebuilder) for designing your app
Connecting your visual design to code
Adding some media to your app - like photographs
Running the app in the simulator
please bring a macbook along with XCode installed on it so you can take your app home with you. XCode is a free download from the Mac app store.
So if you've never done development and are just curious about what iOS developers actually do - you'll gain some first-hand knowledge of iOS development. And even if you are a developer but with no iOS experience - you'll leave with a decent understanding of iOS development. At the end of the three hour session, everyone should have their own copy of a simple working app!
The class will be led by Aditya Narayan, TurnToTech's founder.