Tuesday 2nd October from 6.30pm - Uni Days, Nottingham
What's it about?
Making your iOS apps accessible can seem more complicated than it needs to be. But, by following a few practical tips and tricks you can provide a great user experience for everyone and expand your test coverage by harnessing the power of native UI Tests
What will we be doing?
Adam Gask will be taking you through how to test native iOS applications.
What do we need to bring?
This workshop will solely be using the Mac Operating system, so if you want to play along, you’re going to need a Mac of some sort.
- You’ll need to make sure you have xCode installed before hand, as this is a big download!
IMPORTANT TO KNOW!
Please note. Neither the speaker nor the Notts Dev Workshop Meetup are responsible for any damage to any components or hardware you may bring along.
Note also that the equipment at the event remains the property of the speaker, and is for demo purposes only. (See above if you’d like to bring your own!)
About Our Speaker
Where will we be meeting:
Once again, we’d like to give our sincere thanks to the fabulous UniDays, who are giving us the space to host our meetup… UniDays is based at the bottom of Maid Marion Way in Nottingham. Upon arrival, simply ring the bell and somebody will buzz you in. The meetup will be on the third floor.
We’re proud to partner with Jetbrains, who are kindly offering one lucky attendee a 1 year subscription to a JetBrains product of your choice, including Resharper, IntelliJ and PHPStorm.
Attend and tweet on the #NottsDev hashtag to be in with a chance of winning!
Food and Drink:
The lovely people at Rebel Recruitment will once again be supplying some delicious food for us all to eat on the evening… YUM!