Thursday, June 9, 2016, 7:00–9:00pm
Last Month in iOS Development
A short group discussion about iOS- and developer-related news from the previous month.
Caching in iOS Apps: When and Why to Use It
Since 3 out of 4 users abandon apps after one use, it’s critical that the user has a good experience. Caching can help, but does come at some complexity costs. I’ll make a “bold” prediction and say that caching isn’t going to change after next week’s WWDC. So, for a final topic before we all mentally absorb what the rest of 2016 looks like for our iOS developer interests let’s talk about a safe but overlooked topic on caching and strategies around why and when to add this to your apps. — Wes Filleman
Wes Filleman is an independent iOS app developer since 2008 focusing on the connected home with the MobiLinc line of iOS/Android apps.
Scripting with Swift
Learn how to write scripts in swift that can be executed from the command line, and how you can start adding Swift scripting to your day-to-day development. — Christopher Evans
Chris is an app developer. His game Death is Likely is available in the App Store.
Software Ops, LLC
15030 N Hayden Rd
Suite 120 (north end of the building)
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Come as early as 6:30pm for informal networking and discussion before the presentations begin, and join us after the meeting for less formal discussion at OHSO down the road.