Papers is an Apple Design Award and Ars Design Award winning solution for managing literature and documents.
Import any article, or any other document supported by Papers and it is automatically renamed and organized according to your preferences.
When you import references that include a link to the article online, Papers even automatically downloads the full-text PDF and a snapshot of the web version of the article for offline reading!
Have multiple documents open in tabs for reading, but focus on the task at hand: read in full screen using the brand new PDF reading mode, highlight in multiple colors, annotate and Papers collects your notes and makes them available for export.
Easily find new content through the 20+ built in search engines, and cite any of your materials when you are writing with just a few keystrokes. Whatever you are reading, annotating or finding, Papers syncs your library between home and work, whether you're using Mac or PC, iPad or iPhone. Staying organized was never this easy.
Papers was first developed by Alexander Griekspoor and Tom Groothuis. While in graduate school they had such difficulty finding a workflow solution that addressed all their needs that they decided to develop one themselves.
Papers has grown tremendously since those humble beginnings, and the team has grown as well. A lot has changed, but the core values, and the goal of creating a revolutionary workflow solution continue to take center stage.
Labs and Networking
This is a session set aside especially for you to chat with experts over a beer about whatever specific problems you might be having, as well as getting stuck in to discussions with your fellow delegates.
TDD in iOS
Featuring Tim Duckett
Want to find out how you can use TDD on iOS? Then don't miss Tim's talk!tdd interface ios
iOS Automation with Cucumber, Appium and Saucelabs
Featuring Shashikant Jagtap
Want to find out how you can set up a Mac OSX for iOS automation? Then don't miss Shashikant's talk!ios cucumber appium saucelabs bdd
KVO Considered Awesome
Featuring Amy Worrall
Want a whirlwind tour through Key Value Coding (KVC), Key Value Observing (KVO), and Cocoa Bindings? Then come along to Amy's talk!key-value-coding key-value-observing cocoa cocoa-bindings
Enriching Your Apps With Emotions
Featuring Boisy Pitre
What if your iPad or iPhone could detect your emotional state and respond in a way that enhances your day? What if an app could deliver soothing content when you’re feeling upset, or play your favorite song when you’re feeling happy? Find out how you could achieve this in Boisy's talk!ios apps
Introduction to UIKit Dynamics
Featuring Simon Whitaker
Interested in animation effects for iOS and how to use them? Then make sure you're at Simon's talk!uikit ios7 dynamics animation
Building an iOS Application Platform
Featuring Daniel Thorpe
Want to discover tips and tricks on how to build an iOS application platform? Come along to Daniel's talk!ios singletons application-platform modular
Park Bench Panel Discussion
Join the speakers from iOScon's first day and ask them all your burning questions!
Distractedly Intimate: Your Users on Mobile
Featuring Cate Huston
How do we build for the user's most intimate and most loved device, and allow for the intermittent, partial attention?
Advanced Grand Central Dispatch Tricks
Featuring Matias Piipari
Interested in finding out more about Grand Central Dispatch and learning best practices in how to use it? Then make sure you're at Matias' talk!ios libdispatch concurrency osx