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The Brooklyn iOS Developer Meetup group is geared primarily towards iOS Developers, but anyone is welcome to join. This is not a training event, but we do occasionally have technical presentations and guest speakers. Use this group to find your iOS coding buddy, learn some tricks, watch super awesome demos and presentations, and network with other developers.

Interested in presenting? Fill out this form:
Brooklyn iOS Developer Meetup Presentation Submission Form (http://bit.ly/1boYZYY)

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Tendigi builds iOS and Android apps (https://tendigi.com/expertise/mobile-development-nyc/) for top New York City companies. Through our iterative design and agile development process, we help bring your mobile product to market. Our innovative team of engineers, designers, and product strategists work from our DUMBO office located in Brooklyn, NY.

With over 10 years of mobile development experience, we’ve worked with a wide range of clients including startups, enterprise businesses, and nonprofits. Our clients include Viacom, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Photo Booth Supply Co., IBM, Polaroid, Steinway & Sons, HQ Trivia, The World Wildlife Fund, Nickelodeon, and many more.

We are a design and development studio building world-class mobile apps. Our collaborative approach to problem-solving leverages years of experience bringing digital products to market. Whether you want to build the next ground-breaking mobile app, wearable, or hardware product, we provide a full range of mobile app strategy, design, and development services (https://tendigi.com/services) to get the job done.

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Upcoming events (1)

The Brooklyn iOS August Meetup @ GIPHY

Join us on Tuesday, August 20th for *two* exciting talks featuring Chris Maier of GIPHY & Mike Sanderson of Tendigi. This event will be generously hosted by GIPHY in their Manhattan office. Pizza & pop will be provided! Doors open at 6:30, and presentations begin at 7. Interested in being a speaker or host for The Brooklyn iOS Developer Meetup? Fill out this form: http://bit.ly/1boYZYY ~Chris Maier~ Building a GIF Carousel with UICollectionViewLayout Chris Maier, GIPHY's iOS developer, will discuss the development of the GIPHY app’s “GIF carousel". This talk will go into some of the technical challenges of implementing the design, the custom UICollectionViewLayout solution, and more generally touch on some useful tricks for breaking down complex problems into smaller pieces. ~Mike Sanderson~ UIKit Will Disappear: A look at iOS app development in the near future 2019 was one of the most significant years for iOS development ever, and this talk will look at how technologies Apple introduced will replace most existing techniques development for Apple platforms. Using the information we have and analogies such as current use of RxSwift and React, we’ll look at Swift UI, the Combine framework, Catalyst/Marzipan, “Scenes”, and the Swift Package Manager and attempt to envision what development for Apple platforms will look like in just a few years—and how we get there. Mike Sanderson has been building iOS apps full-time since iOS 6. Past talks at New York iOS meetups include "Coding Defensively Against APIs" and "Mutants of UIKit".

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