About this Event
Using the backend to power dynamic content and run experiments without releasing your app (again!) - Harriet and John
App development suffers from the fact that it is more challenging to make changes than on the web; users have to update your app to experience your new and improved journey. In this talk, we discuss how we have approached the task of building a home screen in our apps by controlling both the UI and the content from the backend.
Building the iOS frontend - Richard and Adam
Building a native compositional layout with UICollectionView to create a dynamic, backend-driven user interface. See how we overcame limitations with UICollectionView and used new Swift techniques to create code for our home screen that is both maintainable and reusable.
Once the talks have finished, the Native Apps team will be showcasing a variety of demos highlighting the topics discussed during the talks.
We will be serving a delicious selection of snacks and an array of soft and alcoholic drinks from 6 pm. Talks will commence at 6:30 pm.
Please note this event is not open to recruitment agencies.
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