[Oct 19] Getting Started With Mobile Development

Mobile development is one of the most exciting kind of projects to work on. With the proliferation of smartphones, it has been made easy to reach a large number of users via mobile apps. With the invent of App Store and Play Store, the mobile development space has grown exponentially. The technology has come along way and has made getting started with mobile development much easier.

[Oct 13-14] Build Mobile Apps With Flutter

Flutter is an exciting framework to build cross-platform applications for iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS. Flutter takes a unique approach to develop beautiful, pixel perfect applications on several platforms. With Flutter, we can build mobile applications in Dart language with a slight learning curve. In this session, we will learn about Flutter and what it can do for us in our next project, and we will build our first Flutter app live.

Build Mobile Apps with Xamarin/MAUI

Xamarin is an easy to learn and use framework that allows us to build cross-platform application for iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, and Tizen with the power of .NET. Xamarin framework has evolved into MAUI (Multi-App User Interface) since its inception and now expands to even more platforms with .NET 6. In this session, we will learn about Xamarin and MAUI, and will build our first mobile app using C#/.NET.

Deploy Your GO API to Azure Functions

Do you want to build backend application but don’t like JavaScript? Let’s GO. GO is an open-source programming language with simplicity at its core. It is supported by Google is widely in use for backend and CLI applications with a growing ecosystem of communities, partners, and tools. It is easy to get started with GO and build amazing applications. Ok, so now you built your GO API and want to publish to Azure. In this session, we will take a tour of GO lang and explore a REST API built with GO and hosted it in Azure as Azure Function.

[Sep 29] Get going by building REST APIs in GO!

Do you want to build backend application but don’t like JavaScript? Let’s GO. GO (golang) is an open-source programming language with simplicity at its core. It is supported by Google is widely in use for backend and CLI applications with a growing ecosystem of communities, partners, and tools. GO has a handful to data types for simplicity. It is easy to get started with GO and build amazing applications. In this session, we will take a tour of GO lang and explore a REST API built with GO.

KCDC: New Kind of Backend with Go

Do you want to build backend application but don’t like JavaScript? Let’s GO. GO (golang) is an open-source programming language with simplicity at its core. It is supported by Google is widely in use for backend and CLI applications with a growing ecosystem of communities, partners, and tools. GO has a handful to data types for simplicity. It is easy to get started with GO and build amazing applications. In this session, we will take a tour of GO lang and explore a REST API built with GO and hosted it in Azure as Azure Function.