Sharing Code and UI between iOS and Android


You want to develop on Android and iOS, but rather not have to recreate your app or UI for each platform. This session shows you how to reuse up to 100% of your code and user interface to create native iOS and Android apps using Appmethod and C++. This isn’t your daddy’s C++ either; it has ARC, enhanced RTTI, visual designer, components and no pointer arithmetic (unless you are really into that).

Examples covering access to device sensors, local data storage and remote services. Also how to create a mobile app that extends the functionality of your desktop apps.

Jim McKeeth

As lead developer evangelist at Embarcadero Technologies, Jim is a key part of Embarcadero’s evangelism team and developer community outreach. With more than 20 years of programming experience, Jim travels the world speaking at conferences and sharing his excitement and knowledge. When not traveling he is an improvisational performer with ComedySportz Boise and enjoys spending time with his family.

Jim holds the patent for the swipe to unlock and pattern unlocks used on both iPhone and Android phones, plus a number of other computer and software related patents.