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Meetup/Workshop: Native API-driven iOS Development (without writing Swift/Obj C)

From: Greg R.
Sent on: Monday, June 1, 2015 2:37 PM
Hey fellow webbies! I wanted to let you know about a fun, FREE, all-day, hands-on workshop happening next week in Minneapolis. Whether you are doing mobile development today or not, this workshop exposes you to a new way to rapidly build API-driven, native mobile applications for iOS and (Android, in beta) — without writing native code! I hope to see some of you there!

Join your fellow developers at this all-day, hands-on workshop hosted by Apigee's Greg Rewis (former Dreamweaver and PhoneGap Evangelist at Adobe). This is a developer workshop, not a sales or marketing pitch, as everything we use in the workshop is free and open source. ;-)

We'll start the workshop off by learning to build APIs using Node.js (and we'll even do a quick crash course in Node for those who aren't used to it) to provide the data for our app, deploy the APIs to the cloud and then consume them in a native iOS app. We'll be building the mobile app from scratch, using a brand new, open source framework called Ignite Engine (http://ignite.apigee.com).

In a nutshell, the Ignite Engine framework lets you define and build your entire app using JSON, which is then compiled into a truly native mobile app. Sounds interesting, huh?!


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Greg Rewis
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