Hawaii iOS Developer Meetup – Session 39

This was a welcome change of pace. We had a significant number of new members attend this meetup. I took the temperature in the room by asking the attending developers who had had experience using ViewControllers before. Only 3 of the 10 hands went up. I shuffled the delivery of the talk on the spot and I think everyone learned something new.

During the talk I explained the connections between view controller code and view controller storyboards. I am noticing that developers from the web are increasingly getting interested in making the leap into iOS development. Good times 🙂

Once I finished discussing the basics of view controllers some of the developers had to leave (I had advertised the meetup as a 1 hour session). Since we extended the meetup format from 1 hour to 2 hours, a few of the regular developers and I had a chance to dive deep into programmatically unwinding a segue in a Navigation controller AND focus on sending a variable along with the unwind segue.

2 hour meetups is the way to go. I am excited to learn more and more with this new format.

Next week I’ll be covering Unity’s ARKit plugin to create augmented reality apps in Unity before porting them to iOS to use the ARKit features. Not really sure how to do this yet, but excited to research and present on Thursday. Please RSVP if you’re interested in attending!

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Author: David Neely

Professional Software Developer. Technology and Web Coordinator at the University of Hawaii's Manoa Career Center.