Mogotix was an application I built as a freelancer. It was very simple, but on the edge of new tech. Companies like Ticketmaster, and Eventbrite were not doing mobile ticketing yet.
A friend introduced me to Scott the founder and we hit it off pretty well. I built their mobile application for iOS that allowed event organizers to see a list of their events, and check in attendees via QR codes. Attendees could use the same app to see a list of their tickets, and get the QR code for it.
The Waterwheel Swift SDK provides classes to natively connect iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS applications to Drupal 7 and 8. It is formerly known as the Drupal iOS SDK.
It used to support Drupal 6, and technically still does but at your own risk.
I wanted to build an SDK that would allow users to focus on the functionality of their application and not how they talk to Drupal. Ive given various talks on the SDK, and made my first commit to the project in 2010 and have been working on it ever since.
I was hired to build the 4SCENE app and take it from a 1.0 to 2.0. This app was deeply integrated with Facebook for authentication and friend finding.
The app was basically Snapchat meets location. You could upload pictures/Videos and it would be tagged with where you were currently located. User could search a map and find things happening near them, or in cities they would be visiting.
This was a fun project because it's what allowed me to learn Swift and release an application with it. Gone are the days of managing memory!