Indy.Code() Sessions tagged mobile

Building Offline-Sync-Capable Mobile Data Apps with Xamarin and Azure

As mobile apps enter ever more verticals, building data-capable apps that must work in non-connected scenarios is increasingly important. Azure and Xamarin work together to bring you online/office synchronization without writing a custom framework. Node and WebAPI back-ends are easily created. Let me show you the happy path to mobile app data sync.

Speaker

Auri Rahimzadeh

Auri Rahimzadeh

Owner, Auri's Ideas

Hands Free Mobile UI Testing

Testing your mobile app against the sea of mobile devices can be daunting. Just testing with the popular devices of the last few years can be cumbersome and expensive. Not to mention the wear and tear on your thumbs with all that tapping and swiping. Wouldn't it be great if you could apply the same skills and practices you've honed implementing unit testing of your app logic to the testing of your UI? I've got great news, you can! We'll explore how you can create coded UI tests with C# and Xamarin UITest to automate all that tapping and swiping in your existing mobile apps, and how to plan for it moving forward. Give your thumbs a break and start coding your UI tests today!

Speaker

Duane Newman

Duane Newman

Co-Founder, Alien Arc Technologies, LLC

Why you should use React Native for your next mobile app

Whether you’re a seasoned React.js developer or not, this talk will show how React Native should be a serious contender for writing your next mobile application.

Starting with a basic overview of its tools and ecosystem we will discuss the awesomely well designed development experience of React Native (NO constant recompiling, Chrome-like dev tools, LIVE RELOADING!!!). We will the show how simple it is to get started by reusing components from your React web apps before finally exploring a live application and best practices.

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Gwendolyn Faraday

Gwendolyn Faraday

Application Developer, Fusion Alliance