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Apple’s platforms now span across 5 device categories and 4 operating systems. Join Adrian as he covers how to decide which platforms to target, how to share code between the various versions of your app and structure your projects, choosing whether to go Universal binary or not, and will look at in-app purchase sharing across all platforms.
equinux AG makes Live TV for macOS, iOS and tvOS, Mail Designer Pro and VPN Tracker for macOS and several other apps on two or more platforms. Adrian will be sharing their experiences, as well as the pros and cons of different approaches.
Adrian will also explore the business and marketing aspects of a universal app, versus separate apps.
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Going Universal: Building an app for Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV (and staying sane)
Adrian is Product Manager at equinux, a company making Mac and iOS apps. Originally from Cardiff, Adrian now lives in Germany.