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What do Multipeer Connectivity, Core Bluetooth, and NSNetService have in common? They allow your apps to find and talk to each other in a true peer-to-peer manner.
Join Lasse as he explains the fundamentals of each of these technologies along with their respective pros and cons through a concrete example of an iOS app and tvOS app negotiating to share authentication tokens. After all, there's hardly anything more annoying than "typing" your email address and that super-strong, hard-to-guess password using a Siri remote so let's replace all that cumbersome input with a simple confirmation dialog.
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Talking to Strangers: Peer-to-peer networking between apps and platforms
Lasse has spoken at dozens of international conferences since 2005, including a couple of keynotes in agile conferences, speaking to some 2000 programmers in a movie theatre, addressing staff of the European Commission (they actually organise an IT conference of their own), and a bunch of smaller gatherings.