Beginning & Advanced Native Application Development For iPhone Using iOS 6 SDK

Web apps definitely have their advantages. They can run on any browser, tap server resources that are way more powerful than your device and are not tied down to a native look, so they can come in all shapes and sizes.

Native application development is still alive and well. Native apps run locally, even if you’re offline, and even if the developer quits supporting the app, hey, it can still run as long as you keep it on your device. Native apps are more effective at integrating the unique capabilities of the mobile device into the application, such as the GPS, Contact List, Camera and Voice Recorder.

Beginning & Advanced Native Application Development For iPhone Using iOS 6
Fiel Guhit, Lead Mobile Engineer at ChowNow, takes us on a journey into the world of iOS development.  Feil will discuss:

  • Modern Objective-C
  • Memory management and ARC
  • Design patterns
  • Frameworks for rapid application design
  • Interface Builder
  • Native vs. HTML 5

Advanced Topics

  • Instruments
  • Asynchronous design patterns
  • iOS security
  • Multi-target app management and deployment
  • iOS 6 features (Storyboards, Autolayout, Passbook, Collection Views, Social)

Fiel oversees and manages ChowNow’s entire library of custom mobile applications developed for its clients.  He has an extensive background in technology which includes:

iOS Engineer
PlayUp USA, LLC.

Consultant - Mobile Game/Application Developer

Application Developer

Project Lead and Developer
SarfieSoftware EngineerAtomRain

This is another great meetup you don’t want to miss.

All Are Welcome!
Admission to the meeting is FREE!
FREE food and refreshments are provided!
As usual, there will be great raffle prizes!

This meeting is in building 100, room 1 E13 Enter the Honda campus on the west side, off of Van ness street. Turn east on Central street will take you on to the campus. Turn right at the first street once on the campus. Building 100 is the large building on the south side of the campus with HONDA on it in large red letters. Park and enter on the south side of building 100.

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  • Carol

    Fiel shared a wealth of info. I appreciated that he shared practical tips (like preferred workflow) from his working experience.

    March 23, 2013

  • Dean O.

    Good presentation. I think that there was a good mix of topics.

    March 22, 2013

  • Kaz

    Good dosage of Tech and Design material.

    March 22, 2013

  • Philip L.

    I felt the Presenter was excellent. I am a beginner/mid-level ios developer with a couple apps in iTunes and was familiar with much of the presentation but definitely gained some knowledge to start filling in the holes of what I want to learn next.

    March 22, 2013

  • Sean G.

    So bummed can't make it, enjoy I'll see ya next time.

    March 21, 2013

  • Steve S.

    Looking for an iOS dev!

    March 21, 2013

  • Rhett K.

    Can't make this one. Have fun everyone. Rhett, IT Systems Admin, UI/UX

    March 21, 2013

  • Wayne

    I always appreciate the input and knowledge from the group. I work on the UI and hire out. Latest app: if anyone is interested:
    Dine Out Kit

    March 20, 2013

  • Philip L.

    Looking forward to it.

    March 18, 2013

  • Roxann H.

    My understanding is that a Mac is needed to do iOS programming. I'm not equipped.

    March 15, 2013

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