The State of Mobile Apps: Native vs Hybrid

Sep 17, 2019 · Omaha, United States of America

Pizza and Networking: 6:00 - 6:30
Presentation: 6:30 - 8:00
JetBrains IntelliJ giveaway

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David Corrado is a Mobile Software Engineer at FanDuel and will be speaking about the state of mobile apps, native versus hybrid.

Presentation Overview:
"State of Mobile Apps: Native vs Hybrid" "All companies want to save money by sharing a code base between iOS and Android apps. We will weigh the pros and cons of doing hybrid with different frameworks. I will be giving my opinion from the point of view from a native developer who works with startups and enterprise applications. There will be extra focus on the hybrid frameworks that I think are the best fit for startups and for enterprise applications"

About David:

David started mobile development in 2011 and worked for CRi, BuilderTREND, Travel and Transport, Werner and FanDuel. He freelances for a startup with over 1 million downloads and has personal projects . He is a meetup organizer of the Google Developer Group Omaha and Learn Swift Omaha.

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  • Omaha Java Users Group

    Omaha's Java and JVM User Group. For Java Professionals of all languages and frameworks that run in the JVM including Java, Groovy, Grails, Scala, Clojure, JRuby, Android, Javascript, etc. We also cover enterprise and web dev topics such as architecture, testing, security, and scalability. Promoting the Java community, supporting each other, sharing some pizza, and hanging out to socialize after the meetings!  http://ojug.org/ @omahajug Please join our Google Groups mailing list too! https://groups.googl

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