Andrew Dekker, University of QueenslandPart of DW15
This talk presents the setup and architecting process that we follow to create iOS applications. With this process, we can develop the code structure, interaction, navigation and process to get code on-device as quickly as possible. We discusses many aspects of getting this setup, including storyboards, git, API structure and popular libraries. The talk will focus on Swift, and how to move from Objective-C in your next project. The goal is to create discussion around different approaches to architecting iOS Apps.
Andrew is a PhD student at the University of Queensland in Computer Science/Interaction Design. Andrew also works as the senior developer for UQx, UQ’s collaboration with edX. Andrew is an interdisciplinary hacker, with degrees in IT, Multimedia Design and Interaction Design.