Jul 07

I just got accepted to speak at the 360|iDev conference in Denver at the end of September. Unfortunately I missed the first 360|iDev conference in San Jose this past spring, but I heard that it was very good. Given the long list of distinguished speakers at the Denver conference, I’m fully expecting this one to be just as good. Check out the details here: 360idev.com

Note: The similarities between our company names, 360mind and 360iDev, and our location in Colorado, are purely coincidental.

The topic of my talk is UIWebView – The most versatile class in UIKit

Here are some of the tips and tricks you will learn in the session:

  • Load images, CSS and JavaScript from your app bundle.
  • Display more versatile result lists than UITableView.
  • Use dynamic CSS to resize text in response to gestures.
  • Receive touch events that are normally hidden by UIWebView.
  • Use JavaScript to interact with UIWebView content.

If you have other questions or subtopics related to UIWebView, please let me know in the comments below. I’ll try to work in as many as I can into the presentation.

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3 Responses to “Speaking At 360|iDev in September”

  1. Rob Says:

    Hi Nick,

    this looks like a interesting presentation. I won’t be at At 360|iDev – but I hope you’ll consider sharing your tips in the blog after your presentation…

    good luck.

  2. Nick Says:

    @Rob: I will definitely make my presentation available, either here on my blog or on the 360|iDev site.

  3. Alex Says:

    Can you give me some tips to reduce the memory footprint when using UIWebView?

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