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Pride, Prejudice & Storyboards

  • Sep 1, 2016 · 6:15 PM
  • Atomic Robot

BMW and The Washington Post build the UI for their iOS apps very differently. We’ll go over the preferences of each company and their decision to do their UI programmatically vs using Storyboards and nibs. Whats the advantage to using one over the other? This talk will go over everything from basic storyboard setup, intermediate @IBDesignable, to advanced Visual Formatting Language and NSLayoutConstraints. Hopefully this won’t turn into a #HolyWar


Josip Injic is an iOS Developer working for The Washington Post out of his dorm room while finishing off his senior year at the University of Cincinnati. Prior to working at the Washington Post he worked for BMW at their South Carolina Plant doing iOS development for their internal team. In his free time he likes reading self help books, snowboarding, running, biking, and hiking. He can easily be found at a CocoaHeads near you.

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