Approaches for Building Cross-Platform Apps

Chippewa Valley Developers Group
Chippewa Valley Developers Group
Public group

Lazy Monk Brewery

97 W Madison St · Eau Claire, WI

How to find us

Look for us in the taproom, which is in the back left-hand corner of the Lazy Monk.

Location image of event venue

Details

NOTE: For this event, we'll be meeting at the Lazy Monk.

Networking and pizza start around 5:15 PM and the presentation starts at 6 PM.

Where do FireMonkey, WiseJ, Xamarian, Progressive Web Apps (PWA) RESTful APIs in ASP.NET all fit into the story of building Web and Mobile Apps?

In this presentation, Andrew Niese, founder of Fresh Sofware will talk about his personal journey over the past three in creating Fixity a website to allow folks in the community to directly and quickly report any issues around where they live or work.

He'll cover the different technologies he tried using and will talk about what worked for him and what didn't.

Andrew Niese is a self-proclaimed nerd and founder of Fresh Software. Originally, a Windows-only developer he started solving problems at the age of 15 through coding with the creation of AnitGen the first “BackOrifice” trojan cleaning program before moving on to other security-related projects and earning a IS degree at UWEC.

Since then, his focus has shifted to app and web development including a hybrid app for Fixity.io that was released to the Microsoft, Apple, and Google Play stores earlier this year.

This meeting is sponsored by Applied Data Consultants
https://www.adc4gis.com/