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Seattle Meeting: Architecture for Code Reuse; iOS View Controller Containment

This month's Seattle monthly meeting has two presentations.

Hal Mueller (@halm) discusses lessons learned for code reuse, based on a port of a vessel tracking application from OS X to iOS. Almost all of the Model, Core Data, and MapKit code was reused unchanged on the iOS project.

Tim Ekl's (@lithium3141) topic is iOS View Controller Containment. He will present an introduction to containment API, strategies, and best practices for composing view controllers in iOS 8.

The meeting is at The OmniGroup just north of the corner of Aloha St, on the east side. The building's garage closes at 6pm; neighborhood street parking is free after 6pm. Please be in the lobby by 6:55. Elevator escort ends at 7. Late arrivals cannot be accommodated.

The building is accessible via the 26 and 28 buses which stop out front, and the 40 which stops two blocks to the east on Westlake. It's slightly less accessible via the 5 and 16—if taking the bus from the north, get off at Galer St and use the pedestrian bridge. If taking the bus from the south, get off at Prospect St. Or better yet take the 26, 28, or 40 when coming from downtown if at all possible.

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  • Solomon E.

    Is there a sample project or slides from the uiviewcontroller containment talk ?

    August 21, 2014

  • Jake H.

    I'm very very new to iOS development and using Xcode. Is this still an ok event for me to attend? I don't want to waste anybody's time.

    1 · August 11, 2014

    • Aaron W.

      I'm a beginner too. I went last night and didn't really understand the code examples, but I enjoyed the presentations and found it interesting what others are doing with Objective C

      August 15, 2014

    • Jake H.

      Cool. I have a feeling the tuesday night get-togethers will probably be the most useful to me at this point.

      August 15, 2014

  • Yonas B.

    Great content.

    August 14, 2014

  • Yonas B.

    Great content.

    August 14, 2014

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