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Adaptive Apps – Writing For Multiple screen sizes using Xcode6's new features

This tweet ( from an Apple employee warns us that, no matter how cool Swift can be (and it is), that there are other things from WWDC2014 that are more pressing.

Join us for a presentation and discussion of the new features Apple released last month for writing apps that adapt to multiple screen sizes, be they iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPad or some new potential rumored iPhone 6 screen size.

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  • johnoeffinger

    Apple released a Swift Blog today at

    Note, this is in front of the Member Login on the public page.

    We talked about compatibility last night. This was included in their post today.

    "App Compatibility
    Simply put, if you write a Swift app today and submit it to the App Store this Fall when iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite are released, you can trust that your app will work well into the future. In fact, you can target back to OS X Mavericks or iOS 7 with that same app. This is possible because Xcode embeds a small Swift runtime library within your app's bundle. Because the library is embedded, your app uses a consistent version of Swift that runs on past, present, and future OS releases."

    July 11, 2014

  • johnoeffinger

    Good Meetup and learned several things to think about going forward. Thanks to Carl for putting together a good presentation and overview. Thanks also for listing the WWDC sessions you pulled the information from...very helpful.

    Changing gears, we have talked about iBeacons in the past. I came across Proximity 5, a cloud solution for "iBeacon Management for the Internet of Things & Hospitality." If you have an interest in iBeacons, you might want to look at their model and approach.

    1 · July 11, 2014

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