Art+Logic has submitted three proposals to present panels at the 2019 SXSW Interactive Festival that will take place March 8-12, 2019 in Austin, Texas. Since SXSW has received over 5000 proposals for approximately 750 sessions, it’s not going to be trivial to make the cut. About 30% of their selection process is driven by community voting via the SXSW PanelPicker site. We’ll be posting information about our proposals here, and asking for your support by creating an account on the PanelPicker site and voting for our proposals.
Native Cross-Platform Development With C++ & JUCE
Regular readers of this site will know that we’ve been using the JUCE application framework extensively for the last few years as part of our involvement with software for the Pro Audio & Music Instrument industries, where its strengths are focused and in high demand.
Perhaps less well-known is that JUCE can be used to build native applications that run not only on Windows, macOS, and Linux, but also on iOS and Android, all from a single codebase. This proposal is for a hands-on workshop in the Coding and Development track that will provide a crash course in how to develop an app using JUCE that will run on all of those platforms.
More information on our proposal including how to vote for it can be found here:
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