April 4th: Porting Concentration Game from iOS Objective C to JavaScript using Phaser Framework

Our APRIL meeting will be April 4th from 6pm to 8:30pm at RIT!  Please RSVP so we can order enough food. Dower Chin will take the iOS Objective C “Concentration Game” that Todd Bernhard presented in September and demonstrate how to convert it to JavaScript using the Phaser Framework. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop to code along. The original source can be found here: https://github.com/lucidchin/ConcentrationTutorial

NEW RSVP process: Please RSVP at DigitalRochester: http://digitalrochester.com/event-calendar/#!event/2017/4/4/app-rochester-porting-a-concentration-game-from-objective-c-to-javascript-using-the-phaser-framework

Be sure to sign up for our email list Google Group at  https://groups.google.com/forum/#!aboutgroup/approchester

AppRochester meets monthly to discuss app development and marketing tips and tricks.  We meet at the R.I.T. Center for Student Innovation, from 6pm to 8:30pm, and food (usually pizza) and drinks are provided, thanks to your donations and our long-term recruiting sponsor, Mark Navarra / Wellington Steele & Associates. – http://www.WellingtonSteele.com

We meet on the First Tuesday each month, with some exceptions so check the website at http://AppRochester.com and subscribe to our email list at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/approchester

Directions: Follow signs to Lot S (D7 quadrant on map) and park in any Visitor space located as far forward and to the right as they can.

The building in front of them will be Crossroads (also in D7 on map), and the Center for Student Innovation is a round, glass building located behind it (marked as CSI in D6 on map).

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