More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice

a round table discussion about iOS development, macOS and Swift.

About the show

More Than Just Code podcast is the perfect source for iOS and Swift developers looking to stay up-to-date on the latest news and trends in the field. With helpful advice from experienced developers, Jaime Lopez, Mark Rubin, and Tim Mitra, , it's the perfect way to stay informed and inspired. Join us for the latest mobile development news, notes and tech tips for developers.

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  • Episode 22: #22 - Indie Dev by the Numbers

    January 18th, 2015  |  1 hr 10 mins
    dash, monument valley, nsnorth, overcast, swift

    We discuss the recent app incomes published for Overcast, Monument Valley and Dash. Quoting on jobs for studio and indie development, UI design in Asian markets & traveling to NSNorth. Picks: Swap Heroes, Curved Labs Macintosh Facelift and Anki Drive.

  • Episode 21: #21 - Swift, Ready or Not Here It Comes

    January 8th, 2015  |  1 hr 5 mins

    Audio File Corrected: We discuss the use of Swift in production apps & relate our experiences working with Xcode and Swift 1.1. We discuss the reaction to a post by Marco Arment Picks; Smash Hit, Piskell, AV Audio Engine, Printrbot Simple Metal 3D printer

  • Episode 20: #20 Apple's Check Engine Light Is On Again

    December 18th, 2014  |  1 hr 11 mins

    We discuss application rejections and the negative affect it has on the developers, Google’s Route 85, video series for iOS developers. We discuss practices for asking for app reviews. Picks: Provisioning, OfferUp, Bonza Word Puzzle, Contagious, Hooked.

  • Episode 19: #19 Inside Moneyball and steak dinners

    December 11th, 2014  |  1 hr 7 mins

    This we we discuss more post-review rejections on the App Store, IBM and Apple announce apps for the Enterprise and Rob Rhynes article on professional app pricing. This weeks picks; Golfinity & Desert Golf, MMWormhole, Clockwork Brain and The Glass Age.

  • Episode 18: #18 Crossover Episode with developer Tammy Coron

    December 5th, 2014  |  1 hr 51 mins

    This week Tim converses with Tammy Coron, a multidiscipline creative professional. We discuss art, music, writing, developing and hosting the RoundaboutFM podcast. We discuss podcasting, Tennessee, zombies, and how she hangs onto power.

  • Episode 17: #17 Why Did the Chicken Crossy the Road?

    November 27th, 2014  |  1 hr 18 secs

    We follow up on hiring iOS developers, changes to Twitter’s API and holding back deep search features. Picks with Crossy Road, Apple’s TestFlight on ITC, Screeny, Monument Valley’s additional (RED) chapter and 3rd Edition of iOS 6 By Tutorials.

  • Episode 16: #16 That Time When Art & Technology Met

    November 20th, 2014  |  1 hr 5 mins

    We discuss the arrival of WatchKit, we follow up on Technical Job interviews and on GT Advanced Technologies. Picks are, the Target In Store and Monument Valley app update, buyer’s perception of value and the challenges developers face.

  • Episode 15: #15 Guy Kawasaki's choice shocks MTJC

    November 12th, 2014  |  47 mins 3 secs

    We discuss the fate of sapphire manufacturer, rumors of devs going android 1st, Guy Kawasaki’s phone, iMessage deregistering tool, iOS exploits. Follow up iOS 8 adoption, reduced review times,Xcode bugs. Picks: Post-It Plus & building an Apple 1.

  • Episode 14: #14 Cracking the iOS Job Interview

    November 6th, 2014  |  1 hr 8 mins

    We discuss the challenges of iOS job interviews for the rest of us. We also revisit native mobile app versus web apps. We discuss Ben Thompson’s post on how Apple leverages Apple Pay. This weeks picks is an Apple Watch Simulator - Happy Watch

  • Episode 13: #13 The Apple Pay Menace

    October 30th, 2014  |  1 hr 4 secs

    We discuss major retailers blocking the use of Apple Pay in favor of MCX's CurrentC solution and CurrentC's challenges with recent hacks and unease of use. We discuss James Thompson's PCalc, both featured and threaten with removal on the Apple Store.

  • Episode 12: #12 MAS Exodus in the Air 2

    October 23rd, 2014  |  1 hr 7 mins

    This week we discuss the challenges of publishing OS X apps on the Mac App Store and the challenge of publishing apps specifically for the iPad. Weekly picks: Apple Pay, MapKit API, Battery Doctor and RWDevCon. Listen the podcast for a discount code.

  • Episode 11: #11 - Apple trise to rise to the top while we race to the bottom

    October 17th, 2014  |  1 hr 4 mins

    We discuss the Apple’s Oct 16, 2014 press conference. We discuss Apple Pay, WatchKit, iOS 8.1, Yosemite, the new iPad Air 2, the iPad lineup and the new iMac 27 with Retina. We also discuss BBEdit’s decision to leave the app store, apps Clips and iDraw.

  • Episode 10: #10 - I am the one who knocks. I am Yosemite!

    October 9th, 2014  |  1 hr 11 mins

    This week we ponder the significance of Apple’s upcoming October 16th press conference, It’s been far too long. Will there be a new iPad, or Mac’s? What mountains will Apple climb next? We look at Estimote’s iBeacon SDK, Wdgts, Prompt, Moleskin & Evernote

  • Episode 9: #9 - Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible... - J Swift

    October 1st, 2014  |  56 mins 32 secs

    With some twisted media misdirection, we discuss the Apple's ability to focus on issues. Are they moving too fast and trying to over deliver? We also delve into the state of Apple's lauded new programming language Swift. Is it really ready for prime time?

  • Episode 8: #8 - Psychic iPhone 6 Plus Bending

    September 24th, 2014  |  1 hr 8 mins

    In the September 24th show, we discuss our hands on experiences with handling the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple's quality control, bend-gate and bend-gazi, the iOS 8.0.1 snafu and iOS 8 adoption rates one week in.

  • Episode 7: #7 - Wait! What? How Much?

    September 17th, 2014  |  1 hr 15 mins

    In Ep 7 we discuss; John Gruber’s hypothetical Apple Watch pricing, upgrading to iOS 8 and iCloudDrive, experiences around pre-ordering iPhone 6 and which models we each chose, and Mark Rubin demonstrates his knowledge of integrated circuit manufacture.