CarPlay for Audio Apps - Sebastian Bolling

Ever wanted to know how it works developing apps for CarPlay? Join us as Sebastian Bolling, iOS developer at BookBeat, shows us how to build an audio playing app on the platform together with a hardware demo!

Twitter: https://twitter.com/sebbo176

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #97 on Match 11th 2019, hosted by Avanza Bank. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/259474443/

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Lazy collections in Swift - Jack Nutting

Jack Nutting is a lead iOS developer at Dynamo, author of multiple books in iOS development and a long-time community member. In his talk “Let’s go Lazy”, he will present the case of lazy collections in Swift.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jacknutting

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #96 on February 11th 2019, hosted by Kvadrat. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/258681285/

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Coordinating async operations in Swift - Daniel Saidi

Daniel Saidi is the iOS Lead at BookBeat. In his talk, he will show how to coordinate asynchronous operations without any 3rd party libraries like RxSwift and PromiseKit or native technologies like GCD. The talk will cover concurrent and serial operations.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/danielsaidi

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #96 on February 11th 2019, hosted by Kvadrat. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/258681285/

CocoaHeads on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cocoaheadssthlm
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Storing background location in the cloud - Giovanni Palusa

Giovanni Palusa is a junior iOS-developer since two years back, currently working at Knowit. He just released his first own app Map My Day on the App Store. In this talk, he will walk us through the process of building the app and specifically how Firebase helped him sync background location to the cloud

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #96 on February 11th 2019, hosted by Kvadrat. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/258681285/

CocoaHeads on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cocoaheadssthlm
Our website: https://www.cocoaheadssthlm.org

Building a messaging platform with GRPC and Protobuf - Guven Iscan and Claus Jorgensen

Guven Iscan and Claus Jorgensen are both iOS developers at Truecaller. In their talk dubbed “Building a messaging platform with GRPC and Protobuf”, they show how they built a cross-platform networking layer using HTTP 2 socket communication.

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #95 on January 21st 2019, hosted by Truecaller. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/258155508/

CocoaHeads on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cocoaheadssthlm
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iOS SnapshotTesting in practice - Alek Åström

Alek Åström is an iOS developer and co-founder of Done (http://doneservices.co). In this talk, he shows us the magic of SnapshotTesting, a new testing framework for UI components and more!

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/mralek/snapshottesting-in-practice
Twitter: https://twitter.com/misteralek

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #95 on January 21st 2019, hosted by Truecaller. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/258155508/

CocoaHeads on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cocoaheadssthlm
Our website: https://www.cocoaheadssthlm.org

Extensions in Swift, the good, bad and ugly - Daniel Kennett

Daniel Kennett is a long-time Cocoa developer who went from working at Spotify to being an indie developer, selling his photography app Cascable. He holds, in his own words, a rant about how the overuse of extensions in Swift is bad and everyone should feel bad. Most probably in his usual wholehearted way :)

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ikenndac

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #95 on January 21st 2019, hosted by Truecaller. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/258155508/

CocoaHeads on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cocoaheadssthlm
Our website: https://www.cocoaheadssthlm.org

When to Use React Native – Ville Pelkonen

Ville Pelkonen is a software developer at Qvik. In this talk, he will walk us through the current state of the hybrid technologies for mobile apps and what you should consider, when choosing between going Swift, or React Native.

Slides: https://bit.ly/react-native-cocoaheads

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #93 on December 3rd 2018, hosted by Qvik. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/256713929/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cocoaheadssthlm
Website: https://www.cocoaheadssthlm.org

Yoga Layout - What's in it for iOS Developers – Jonas Salling

Jonas Salling is a Tech Lead at Schibsted Media, and former Apple Design Award winner with his Salling Clicker software. In this talk, he introduces the Yoga cross-platform layout engine library, and explore how it can be used in iOS apps.

Recorded at CocoaHeads Stockholm #93 on December 3rd 2018, hosted by Qvik. https://www.meetup.com/CocoaHeads-Stockholm/events/256713929/

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Website: https://www.cocoaheadssthlm.org

ARKit in Practice – Niels van Hoorn

When Niels van Hoorn doesn’t work at Framer, he organizes the Dutch branch of CocoaHeads and a new conference called Swift Island. There has been a lot of interest in Augmented Reality since the release of ARKit. In this live coding talk we explore the different API’s using SpriteKit and SceneKit to create an AR experience, right on an iPad in Swift Playgrounds.

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