November @ Albert Heijn

28 Nov 2018

6:00 pm Albert Heijn, Provincialeweg 11, Zaandam

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We’re happy to announce that we will be visiting Albert Heijn in November this year.

More details to follow as soon as possible.

Our regular agenda applies:

18.00 doors open

19.00 first presentation

Jeroen Bouma from Albert Heijn
When working for a large corporate business, there is pretty good chance you will encounter a code base written in Objective-C. There are a number of reasons to start writing in Swift ( superior syntax & semantics, Obj-C devs harder to find, joining the future), but how do you make the switch? These projects are usually (very) long term, there is no budget to just start with a clean slate, so how do you make the transition?

Jeroen will take you on an epic journey from Objective-C to Swift, sharing the method that has been used here at Ahold Delhaize. Which architecture did we end up with, how did we replace our Objective-C components with shiny new Swift ones, what did we learn. Join us to find out.

19.45 break

20.00 second presentation

Stijn Spijker and Sander van Tulden from FlitsMeister.
🚙▶️ – At the WWDC this year, Apple announced they would open up CarPlay for developers. Flitsmeister immediately looked into this, as their users have been asking about CarPlay support for a long time. Sander and Stijn will tell us a bit about the use of the recently released CarPlay bèta-SDK. Apple has creatively solved the handling of CarPlay screens using a second UIWindow and by using special templates. The implementation looked like a piece of 🍰, but it wasn’t as easy as it sounded…

Please keep your RSVP up to date as always. This helps your fellow cocoaheads, our planning and improves the meetups.

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