Two talks, One New User Interface
Coming off the high of WWDC, Chidi Emeh will give us an Introduction to SwiftUI – How to build a movie trailer app in SwiftUI. The talk is about how to build custom views in SwiftUI taking inspiration from a production level design material and a brief overview of property wrappers (@state, @bindableObject and @environmentObject)
Chidi is a a self-taught passionate iOS developer with a keen interest in building and learning from large hobby projects. Also a YouTube content creator in the swift community with a growing audience and nearly 20,000 video views.
Eric Downey will also delight us: Let’s rebuild a UIKit based app in SwiftUI. It’s been a month since Apple revealed SwiftUI to the masses and who feels they have a handle on it? Who feels like they’re the highest paid entry level iOS developer now? Let’s look at a few patterns SwiftUI promotes and how to build something greater than a todo app.
Come out to Easton and Improving for our monthly iOS and Mac meetings.
What is Cocoaheads (http://cocoaheads.org/)?
CocoaHeads is a group devoted to discussion of Apple Computer’s Cocoa Framework for programming on MacOS X and iOS (including the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch). During monthly meetings, members present on their projects and offer tutorials on various programming topics.
What is BuckeyeCocoa (http://buckeyecocoa.org/)?
BuckeyeCocoa is a group of Objective-C/Swift developers/enthusiasts. We host monthly Cocoaheads and near-weekly NSCoder meetings in Columbus, Ohio. The meetings are free to attend.
Get your schwag on!
Depending on Vendor support and presentation volunteers we sometimes have schwag to give away. T-Shirts, mugs, coupons, you name it.
Presenters welcome! We are always in need of people willing to present material. Any Swift and/or Objective-C related topic is welcome. Times can be 5 minutes (i.e. lightning talks) to a maximum of 2 hours. Interested? Contact info is on the BuckeyeCocoa website.
To volunteer for a presentation contact us at @BuckeyeCocoa on Twitter.