Collin Donnell has been creating apps for iOS and Mac OS X full time since May 2008. Since then he’s gotten to lead and contribute to a lot of great apps. Collin contributed to apps like Things for iPhone, and consulted for others, before spending two years working for Avatron Software, Inc. on their apps, Air Sharing and Air Display. In September 2011 he left Avatron to start his own company — Albina Development — where he is busy developing apps for himself and others.
Integrating with the users existing contacts can be useful in a variety of apps, but a C based and sometimes strange API gives working with it a somewhat steep learning curve. Learn how to take full advantage of the frameworks for working with the address book and integrate more fully into your users existing data
Still using SVN, or even CVS? Maybe you're using Git but feel like you're not using it to the advantage you could. During this presentation, you will learn some advantages of distributed source control, about Git's powerful branching and merging abilities, integration with Xcode, and more.
Even if your app has great features and never crashes, no one might ever find out if its hidden behind lackluster visuals or it's confusing to use. During this presentation I will discuss some steps you can take in order to improve your apps both visually and functionally to help them stand out.
Storyboards make certain things easier for iOS developers, but if they’re not used carefully can lead to circuitous, annoying code. This presentation will cover tips and techniques for working with storyboards so much better you’ll stop wanting to avoid them.