Thursday, June 9, 2016 19:00 at Software Ops, 15030 N Hayden Rd, Suite 120, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
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. http://mobilinc.com/ 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. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/death-is-likely/id1037951642?mt=8
We meet on the second Thursday of every month, with presentations and discussions on iOS and OS X development. Learn more at our Meetup group: http://www.meetup.com/Cocoaheads-Phoenix-Scottsdale/
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