Nebraska.Code() Sessions tagged mobile

Prototyping a mobile app in an hour

In the world of software development, static mockups and presentations aren’t always the best way to convey an idea or test it with your users. Including quick prototyping to your workflow will help you communicate and create a tangible asset to test. This talk is for anyone who would like to learn how to create a rapid prototype in one hour. In this talk we will walk through the process of building a mobile app. We’ll discuss the benefits of a prototype, the workflow and viewing your prototype on a mobile device.

Speaker

Brian Pope

Brian Pope

Designer, Aviture Inc.

Debug Your Xcode Project *Without* Pulling Out Your Hair

The stress of debugging in Xcode can leave new developers -- or those experienced in other languages and IDEs -- running for the hills. It's not the friendliest development environment and some of the more useful debugging bits aren't always apparent. In this talk, attendees will learn practical tips and tricks so they can tackle their next iOS bug like a pro.

Speaker

Jen Homann

Jen Homann

Software Engineer, ScoreVision

Bootstrap Your App with AWS Amplify!

Front-end development can be complicated. There are enough libraries, and enough churn, to make anyone feel lost in the shuffle. Common concerns for any non-trivial modern web application include features like authentication, user content, logging, and analytics. In this session, we break down and demo the key features of AWS Amplify – an open-source library from Amazon. Amplify abstracts away the common functionality that so many applications share and allows developers to focus on business logic – not plumbing! In this session, we walk through a simple application highlighting the features and tools the library provides. This should leave you with the knowledge of how and why you would integrate this with your own projects. The session will use React to demonstrate the features of the library, but general front-end development experience is all that is required.

Speaker

Mathew Warger

Mathew Warger

Developer, Keyhole Software

Adaptive User Interfaces with Xamarin.Forms

Let's take Xamarin.Forms beyond Hello World and explore how to create apps that adapt to your users devices in the real-world. As an app developer, you don't want your apps to just look great in portrait or landscape on a phone, you want to provide a larger display experience option. In this session we will explore how to build an app that spans platforms and device types, giving users a rich experience, regardless of platform or form factor. Stop making ugly one-layout-fits-all UI apps, and start making single code-base apps your users love! Everybody wins!

Speaker

Duane Newman

Duane Newman

Co-Founder, Alien Arc Technologies, LLC