Building mobile apps that interact with hardware? Having trouble bridging the gap between low level devices and the cloud? This talk explores IoT from three perspectives: devices, the cloud, and mobile apps.
During this talk, we'll connect a comically oversized button and an RGB LED to a simple iOS game through Firebase, a mobile app platform. Come prepared to watch cross platform live coding and to learn about full stack IoT development through a mobile first lens.
If we're lucky, we'll even get to play with memory mapped I/O through Objective-C.
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Building Realtime Mobile and IoT Apps with Firebase
Mike is an engineer on Firebase, a powerful application platform designed to speed up mobile, web, and IoT development. He spends his time building and evangelizing mobile solutions, working on internal tools, and supporting Firebases’ 200,000 developers. In his free time, he enjoys the outdoors and developing embedded hardware.