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Monthly Meeting @ Apple Store

Show and Tells:

• Jeff Kempista - iOS 8 Extensions 

• Kostas “Gus” Nasis - Rapid App Development Framework 

• Kostas “Gus” Nasis - Pixate Demo 

• Hugh O’Neill - Kickstarter Feedback


• Andrew Theken- Confessions of a C# Fanboy: Using Xamarin to build your next iOS App.

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  • Andrew T.

    Just wanted to mention that if you wanted to get more info about Xamarin, there's a meetup tonight..

    November 18, 2014

  • Andrew T.

    I didn't have a chance to say this when I mentioned UIWebView in my talk last night, but I don't think that the use of them is entirely bad. I actually think app that Kostas and Shanay (sp?) demoed is a great example of appropriate use of WebViews -- which I meant to mention during my talk.

    3 · November 14, 2014

    • Kotaro F.

      Webviews are fine for that purpose and probably was intended to be used that way originally. I've personally seen kitties died in the name of "business value" and bad design implementation. Webviews done right can do a fair amount that natives would have trouble with (particularly in content layout and font control). Problem is...its rarely done right...and is a tangled nightmare to debug...and doesn't work with hardware very well...and is usually used as some quick fix solution...and slow as $#%@...and a kitty just died...and is a horrible way to scar your children for life...and it punches grandmothers along the way. So you know, if you're ok with that, webviews all the way.

      2 · November 14, 2014

    • Andrew T.

      3 · November 14, 2014

  • Stephen T.

    This is going to be my first CocoaHeads meeting. I'm looking forward to it.

    2 · November 12, 2014

    • Norman F.

      Same here! Hopefully traffic isn't too bad getting into the city.

      November 12, 2014

  • Michael J.

    Can't attend this month as my hand is in a splint that wraps the four fingers on my left hand. It'll be that way until at least December.

    November 12, 2014

    • Kotaro F.

      :( sorry to hear. Take it easy and get better!

      1 · November 12, 2014

    • Dennis

      Same here, Mike...hope you heal soon...but probably still type faster than :)

      1 · November 12, 2014

  • Mike Z.

    I'll be in Boston for CocoaConf. Curtis will be MC in my stead. Please be nice for him. :)

    5 · November 10, 2014

    • Mike Z.

      Do these people like that I won't be there. :(

      4 · November 11, 2014

    • Dennis

      Of course not!!! :)

      2 · November 11, 2014

  • Ari K.

    Out of town this week. Darn!

    November 7, 2014

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