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The next Philly CocoaHeads meeting will be Thursday, April 13th from 6:00pm - 8:30pm at the Apple Store on 16th and Walnut. After meeting drinks will commence at Fox and Hound Sports Bar at 1501 Spruce Street.
Please RSVP via Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/PhillyCocoaHeads/
When you arrive at the Apple Store let one of the store employees know you are there for CocoaHeads and they will let you into the back where you can come up to the second floor briefing room space.
For folks who drive in and need parking one lot recommend by the store is from LAZ Parking on Chancellor Street.
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How a childhood dream of piloting robots by your watch took Aaron and Kotaro through an interesting journey of different tech stacks with a lot of Apple’s 10 core technologies behind it.
When I joined the Art Museum, I had no idea how deep I would get into iOS development. I’ll give a brief overview over the apps we developed (and bring demos along), what working with iBeacons really means, how we’re using apps that have to run 24⁄7 and lessons learned, including backend tools we had to develop and a quick peek at upcoming things.
Showcase the differences between iOS 9 and iOS 10 push notification functions. How to make the push notifications compatible for both iOS 9 and iOS 10. Migration from iOS 9 to iOS 10.
For this year’s WWDC student scholarship submission, I wrote a Swift Playground that simplifies and visualizes the gravitational effect of masses in the context of general relativity. I’ll demo the interactive visualization, show how a learner can code on iPad to change the behavior of the simulation, and walk through the technologies I used to build this playground.