In One Night, Learn Everything You Need to Build a Live-Streaming App Like Periscope
Mobile live streaming is all the rage these days. It is a topic at developer conferences and in major tech announcements again this year. Streaming is changing the way we interact with others, “attend” live events, and share experiences. Whether you’re into gaming, IoT, or wearable devices, come to the first Bay Area Wowza developer meetup at GSVlabs in Redwood City and learn from the video-streaming experts.
Want to enable connecting with people through video streaming? Learn how to develop an app like Periscope with the new Wowza GoCoder SDK and apply it to a streaming deployment set up for millions of users worldwide. We will walk through the steps to build an Android and iOS app for high-definition video streaming with a common, cross-platform API.
Takeaways from this session:
- Free developer license
- How to build an Android and iOS app to control the camera(s) and mic, encode the video/audio, and broadcast the live stream for playback on any device over multiple protocols
- Sample reference apps for Android and iOS (Objective-C and Swift)
- How to win $5K in cash, a free license, and prizes
Who should attend?
Mobile developers for Android or iOS; anyone interested in developing a live-streaming mobile app
When and where?
Thursday, June 23, 6–7:30 PM
425 Broadway Street, Redwood City
Building on the right as you turn into the parking lot
Lisa Wong, lead for Wowza developer relations and community
Mike Leavy, lead iOS developer
Come meet streaming geeks and make new friends over pizza and beer.
6:00–6:45 PM: Check-in. Presentation and Q&A. Typical streaming use cases by Lisa Wong, lead for Wowza developer relations and community. Live demo by Mike Leavy, lead iOS developer.
6:45–7:30 PM: More Q&A and networking.
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