Sessions at CodeMash 2012 about iCloud

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Thursday 12th January 2012

  • iOS Networking: Bonjour, iCloud!

    by Chris Adamson

    Mobile devices are so useful because they can get on the net with their built-in wi-fi or cellular data radios. But how does this work? In iOS, we have a slew of networking APIs, each appropriate in different situations. From decades-old BSD sockets to the new-in-iOS-5 iCloud, there are a wide range of networking calls available to your app, and an equally wide range of semantics in how to use them. In this talk, we'll start with high-level abstractions like iCloud and other objects that can either load from or save to a URL, then progress down through the stack, grabbing arbitrary content from URLs, self-networking with Bonjour and Game Kit, and finally accessing the socket layer with CFNetwork and BSD sockets.

    At 1:45pm to 2:45pm, Thursday 12th January

    In Salon F, Kalahari Waterpark Resort Convention Center