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iOSKW Meetup: Unit Testing and Cocoapods

Jeffrey Sambells will talk about using cocoapods in your iOS projects as well as creating your own cocoapods for yourself or to share. CocoaPods is the dependency manager for Objective-C projects. It has thousands of libraries and can help you scale your projects elegantly.

Anton Baglaenko, Alex Liedtke, and Kevin Xue will be giving the talk on Unit Testing for iOS.

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  • Bob Y.

    Excellent speakers warm hospitality

    January 23, 2014

  • Jeffrey S.

    I've posted the slides and demo notes from my cocoa pods talk here:

    If anyone has questions related to cocoa pods or iOS dev in general feel free to ask.

    January 23, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    A few local companies have asked me to share some iOS positions they're hiring for with the group tonight:

    Sesame IO (in the Communitech Hub): Full-stack iOS developer that enables teachers to capture each student's personal learning journey
    Visit or email [masked] for more info.

    Dejero: Senior Mobile App Dev (in Kitchener)
    Dejero is redefining how broadcasters capture, transmit, manage and distribute high-quality live video. Many of the world’s top broadcasters rely on Dejero for their mobile newsgathering needs.

    January 23, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi Alex,

    There's no December meetup. We usually meet every 2 months.

    Hardware interaction is a hard thing to cover since it really depends on each piece of hardware. Generally, the hardware device needs to be designed for iOS compatibility (with some chips provided by Apple included) and the developer would need to get the info for working with that specific device directly from the manufacturer. Even the bluetooth interoperability with other devices is pretty limited if they aren't Apple-approved devices.

    I've done a little work with controlling 3rd party hardware over wifi but it's not very exciting, especially since not much hardware has that option.


    December 12, 2013

    • Alex

      Yes, I may do some hardware hacking at the component level and use some electronic glue

      December 12, 2013

  • Alex

    I wonder if anyone has knowledge they could share at the next meet up on hardware add ons to iOS devices such as credit swipe machines, wind sensors, etc etc. So themes could include environment sensors, robot control, machine control (such as lathe, drill, etc) via a wired format.

    Another idea would be wireless such as bluetooth, IP4 controlling other devices.

    Lastly, anyone experience items with MacTV ?

    I assume no December meetup? :)

    December 5, 2013

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