Come join us for our monthly iOS and Mac meeting.
This Month’s Presentation:
“To Cross platforms, or to not cross platforms, that is the question”
For nearly the entire history of GUI development, there have been efforts to write once, run everywhere. Oftentimes this means performance problems, appearance problems, tool complexity, and challenges debugging–all for the sake of saving a lot of development time. How do today’s cross platform solutions stack up?
In this session we will explore Xamarin, React Native, Flutter, and Kotlin Multiplatform. How do you install these tools? How good does your app end up looking? How hard is it to support? Is the framework just for mobile or is it for all types of apps? Once we have the tools installed, we will attempt to build a simple calculator app on each platform and evaluate the results.
Mike Kennedy, long time Columbus resident, attended OSU in EE, worked at NCR, CompuServe, Hublink, Foresight and TIBCO. Always interested in new tools and programming languages. Have three grown kids and recently became a grandpa. Also very interested in music and play piano, tuba, and bass.
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.
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.