Join me at RWDevCon iOS Tutorial Conference in Alexandria, Virginia on March 11, 2016. The conference features Beginner, Advanced, and Inspiration-tracked training sessions focused on iOS development, and you will have the opportunity to meet and connect with distinguished authors of world-renowned iOS development publications.

On March 12 at 11:30 a.m., I will be hosting a hands-on training session titled, “Couchbase Mobile Lab: Taking Your Mobile Apps Offline.” Bring your laptop and come ready to learn how to create a local database for your mobile apps to persist data on the device. I will also demonstrate how to programmatically replicate data to and from the device to a remote cloud instance, thus creating a fully functional app that automatically syncs when a connection becomes available. For more information, check out the full schedule and I am particularly excited to attend the Custom Controls sessions and Xcode UI Testing to learn more on how to make great apps that may work at all times.  See how Ryanair runs their iOS mobile app on Couchbase Mobile.

For applications to work all the time, your mobile apps need to function offline and during the Couchbase Labs session on March 12th at 11:30AM EST we will learn how to create a local database for your mobile apps to persist data on the device.  From there we will learn how to programmatically replicate data to and from the device to a remote cloud instance, thus creating a fully functional app that automatically syncs when a connection is available.

Come join us to learn about Couchbase Mobile in the LIVE in-person tutorial session with myself.  So bring your laptops and we will code away together to bring your mobile apps offline and syncing!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by William Hoang, Mobile Developer Advocate, Couchbase

William was a Developer Advocate on the Mobile Engineering/Developer Experience team at Couchbase. His love for coffee and code has transcended him into the world of mobile while appreciating the offline in-person experiences. Prior, William worked on the Developer Relations team over at Twitter, BlackBerry, and Microsoft while also having been a Software Embedded GPS engineer at Research In Motion. William graduated from McGill University in Electrical Software Engineering

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