Show Me The Money
Episode 173 · December 9th, 2017 · 1 hr 15 mins
About this Episode
We take a look at the iPad Mini 4 and Swift Playgrounds as well as Apple Search Ads. We follow up on @objc and dynamic in Swift 4 as well as more tips on reducing Swift compile times. We dive into Apple Pay Cash which rolled out this week. The Amazon Prime Video app showed up on the Apple TV this week. Picks: Proton Mail, Apple's open-source Utility Library, Apple's Visitor Center field tripSupport More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice
- Adam Beardslee on Twitter: "#askMTJC I've heard great things about the Swift Playgrounds iPad app. Should I buy an iPad mini 4 so I can use it, or hold out for the app… https://t.co/8m5RHPpmWD"
- Apple introduces a new pay-per-install ad product called Search Ads Basic | TechCrunch
- @objc and dynamic - Swift Unboxed
- Greg Heo - Switching your brain to Swift - YouTube
- Speed up Swift compile time – Hacker Noon
- Apple Support on Twitter: "Owe a friend for some tickets? Or need to borrow some money from mom? You can now use Apple Pay to send and receive money in Messages. https://t.co/WrXuRucMG6"
- How to set up and use Apple Pay Cash | 9to5Mac
- Amazon Prime Video finally arrives on Apple TV, months after original announcement | Ars Technica
- Justin Williams on Twitter: "It actually takes effort to make a bad tvOS app."
- ProtonMail Bridge brings the encrypted email service to Apple Mail | 9to5Mac
- Apple's new Utility library will power up command-line apps | Swift Developer News – Hacking with Swift
- Columbia Star Wars Echo Base Jackets
- Photos for Apple Park Visitor Center - Yelp
- Apple Park Visitor Center - Apple
- Ritual.co on the App Store
- SM7B Vocal Microphone | Shure Americas
- Mr Robot - Series Premiere