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An ever growing number of mobile devices with constantly advancing operating system releases are hitting the market at a lightning pace. Creating a comprehensive testing suite is imperative to success in the mobile market to ensure your app is of the highest quality with each and every release. Read more…
XAML gives us two-way data binding: view to view model. But how do you synchronize data between phones and tablets? Learn how to data bind to the cloud. When a change is made on one device, the change appears on another. Data flows seamlessly across devices.
But those devices aren’t always connected. Read more…
We’re be discovering the magic of NFC. It’s not theory but practical use in real life application. Then we’ll go into a deep dive demo in Android and Windows Phone.
Speaker: Sean Sparkman
Come to tell us about your experiences with writing mobile applications. Got a mobile application to show off? Then this is the meeting for you. It doesn’t even have to be completed.
Leave a comment below if you would like to show off an apps and let us know how you want to present it. We’ll need to make sure we can show it on the projector.
We’re going to have cake and go to the Flying Saucer after the meeting to celebrate our one year anniversary. Join us for a blast!
Date: September 10, 2014
Meeting Start: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Xamarin.Forms: We already share all of our business logic, but what about the user interface? That is where Xamarin.Forms API comes in. We will see how to create your first Xamarin.Forms app to share all of your native user interface and business logic between iOS, Android, and Windows Phone!
Come celebrate Xamarin 3 with cake, pizza, and learning how to create iOS and Android applications in C#. Xamarin 3 was just announced including some amazing new features and enhancements such as the brand new iOS Designer, Xamarin.Forms, and support for Shared Projects. This month we will deep dive into iOS and Android Development in C# with Xamarin and all of the latest features that were just released. There will be something for everyone in this content packed meetup no matter if you are new or have been developing with Xamarin for some time. Here are just a few topics that we will cover.
Jimmy Bogard is a technical architect with Headspring, located in Austin, TX. His responsibilities there range from overseeing technical design to increasing awareness of technologies on the horizon. Aside from Headspring, Jimmy is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer, the co-author of several ASP.Net MVC in Action books, a member of the ASP Insiders group and the C# Insiders group and received Microsoft’s MVP award for ASP.Net in 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012.
At this meeting, Jimmy will be talking about cross platform development using Xamarin and PCL. He’ll be discussing how to target multiple frameworks, how to organize your code and how to build, test and deploy to multiple devices.
You can find our more about Jimmy by following @jbogard and reading his blog on the latest technology here: http://lostechies.com/jimmybogard/
Date: May 14, 2013
Meeting Start: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Speaker: Adam Polansky
In his lengthening career, Adam Polansky closes the gap between ideas and execution. He directed UX projects for companies like Travelocity, Scholastic, Radio City Entertainment and American Express. He’s active in the UX community as a member of The Information Architecture Institute, an adjunct professor of Information Architecture & Knowledge Management at Kent State and co-founder of the Big (D)esign Conference. Currently he’s a Strategist with Bottle Rocket in Dallas, a subsidiary of Ogilvy & Mather, and the leading creator of native mobile apps.
Quickly build Windows 8 LOB apps in minutes with Project Sienna by Microsoft. We will take some time to look at this new tool and how we might be able to utilize it to build rapid prototypes for clients and internal projects.
We’ll be helping you to get your app ideas together. Then we’ll get everyone set up with the app starter kit. We’ll cover topics on how to use the following items in your app.