Izertis Talk-Workshop. Declarative interfaces on iOS and Android: SwiftUI and Compose


The next Wednesday talk, Day 20 October (to the 12:00), will be a talk-workshop by Izertis (formerly SolidGear).

First of all the company will be presented, your projects and opportunities.

Secondly, the talk-workshop will be held

Declarative interfaces on iOS and Android: SwiftUI and Compose

Gonzalo González Diez, Tech & Team Manager at Izertis.
Abel Garcia de Prada, Android Developer at Izertis

Summary of the talk-workshop:
For some time now, something has been changing in the development of iOS and Android interfaces.. Both Apple and Google are betting on frameworks based on declarative development more similar to the development of web fronts. First it was Swift, then came Kotlin with a very similar syntax, SwiftUI appeared for iOS and now Compose is official for Android. They are coming to a great deal., No?.
We will see their similarities and differences in the next Wednesday Talk.

Links of interest to participants:
iOS -> https://developer.apple.com/documentation/swift
iOS -> https://developer.apple.com/xcode/swiftui/

Android -> https://developer.android.com/courses/android-basics-kotlin/course
Android -> https://developer.android.com/jetpack/compose?hl=es-419

Speakers will propose a sample project that will be available in a repository on GitHub for one or another technology.
At the end, will stay until 14:00 for those most interested, if someone compiles the examples on their computer, need help, wants to clarify doubts, etc..

The talk-workshop will take place in person in one of the laboratories of the School of Computer Engineering

To participate you must register since we have limited capacity in:

The specific laboratory will be communicated to the registrants via email used to register on this page.