MobileMakersEdu Screencast Winners Announced!

February 23, 2018

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Across the country, iOS development students shared their knowledge with others by creating video tutorials teaching a feature using Xcode and Swift. Thanks to all of the MobileMakersEdu high school students who submitted screencasts to our 2017-18 Winter Contest! You exceed our expectations and jumped right into the iOS and Swift communities. Your professionalism is inspiring.  

Eleven iOS developer judges have watched the screencasts and voted. 

While there were many entries, only a few can win. You can review the prizes and contest rules here. Congratulations to all of the winners and participants! Special shout outs to teachers Kristen Fisher (@KFisherCS) of Elk Grove Village HS and Kristin Kamenar (@MrsKamenar) of Waukesha North HS for the most submissions by students.

AND THE WINNERS ARE….

FIRST PLACE – Scroll View by Kaylyn Ahn, 9th grader at Elk Grove Village High School (IL)


SECOND PLACE – Swipe Gesture Recognizer by Utsa Bhattachryya, 9th grader at Elk Grove Village High School (IL)


THIRD PLACE – Deploying an App to a Device by Jack Falejczyk (12th grade) and Benjamin Jasutis (11th grade) at Elk Grove Village High School (IL)


TOP HONORS – Adding Sound by Jean Luis and Ryan Ulreich, 9th graders at Elk Grove Village High School (IL)

TOP HONORS – UI Alert Controller by Mauro Cortes and Allan Akkathara, 10th graders at Elk Grove Village High School (IL)

 

TOP HONORS – Embed a Video in an App by Jacob Verhoff, 10th graders at Waukesha North High School (WI)

 

TOP HONORS – AVFoundation for Sound by Dawid Kapka, 9th grader at Elk Grove Village High School (IL)

 

TOP HONORS – Audio in the Background by Brandon Martinez, 11th grader at Elk Grove Village High School (IL)


HONORABLE MENTIONS – Click on the links to see the videos.

Audioplayer by Jimmy Budelier

How to Use an Audioplayer by Ethan Grabowski and Matt Geurtsen

Slider by Mohammed Haq

Audioplayer and Music by Brett Hulliberger

Alert Popup by Jesse Leonardo

Swift Code by Nelson Liu

Add Sound by Nick Lyons

ScrollViewShawn Marante and Devin Peterson

AV Web Player by Patrick McDonaugh and Tyrese Shoemake

Sound in an App by Nick McIntyre

Constraints by Ryan Nguyen

Swipe Gesture by Marcus Ramos

UIWebView by Kevin Reyes and Jose Herlindo

ScrollView by Lorissa Unglaub and Andrea Panova