• Creating Custom Keyboards for iOS

    WeWork Dumbo Heights

    Join us on Tuesday, July 30th for an exciting talk featuring Brian V. O'Toole, creator of the app TimeStamp Keyboard. His talk will be on 'Custom Keyboards - The Promises and Perils'. Doors open at 6, and presentations begin around 6:30. This event will be generously hosted by the Dumbo Heights WeWork. They request that we provide an RSVP list with full names and that everyone bring a photo ID to check in. Interested in being a speaker or host for The Brooklyn iOS Developer Meetup? Fill out this form: http://bit.ly/1boYZYY ~ Brian V. O'Toole ~ Custom Keyboards - The Promises and Perils Custom keyboards never really lived up to their initial hype, did they? We'll dive into why this is - from the unique challenges of debugging an extension to the yawning moat that is today's standard of autocorrect - and we'll ultimately ask the question: Is an app like Bitmoji really the limit of custom keyboards - a tool which can change the way users interact with every app on their phone? My name is Brian V. O'Toole, and I've been coding for about 2 years now...almost exclusively on an app called TimeStamp Keyboard (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/timestamp-keyboard/id1363760897). I wanted to make a tool to help me in my main profession - as a TV producer. My most recent credit is Executive Producer / Showrunner / Camera for "The Laws of Jaws" on Shark Week 2019. Some more about my work in television is here: (https://www.cambriancreative.com/samplesandgallery), and I'm @brianvotoole on both Twitter and Instagram.