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 281: The Best of SwiftUI so far...

    January 21st, 2020  |  1 hr 23 mins
    bindableobject, canvas, catalina, combine in practise, daniel steinberg, data flow in swiftui, declarative represation, gosh darn swiftui, hacking with swift, interface builder, marin todorov, objective c, objectwillchange, observableobject, paul hudson, penbook, pencilkit, polyglot, publishers,, rene cacheaux, ruby on rails, smalltalk, swiftui, swiftui kickstart, swiftui lab, uihostingcontroller, uikit, uirepresentable, vstack, yo dawg, zstack

    Starting with our initial reactions at WWDC to our latest trials, we re-visit SwiftUI. Apple Swift UI Tutorials. Incorporating SwiftUI's Principles in All Your Code. 3 Steps to Prepare Your Apps for SwiftUI, Combine, iPadOS, Project Catalyst, and Any Other Leaps in the iOS Industry. Understanding @State in SwiftUI. [Fracking*] SwiftUI - Everything you need to know to adopt SwiftUI. SwiftUI Essentials: Creating and Combining Views. The Swift Behind SwiftUI. SwiftUI Changes. Advanced SwiftUI Transitions. Swift Playgrounds for iPad now supports swift 5.1, iOS 23 SDK, SwiftUI & Combine. PenBook built with SwiftUI, PencilKit and iPadOS. A SwiftUI Kickstart . SwiftUI Cheat Sheet. SwiftUI Layout System. Interface builder with SwiftUI properties. SwiftUI Views book. 7 Awesome Open Source SwiftUI Projects To Inspire You. Why I quit using the ObservableObject in SwiftUI. Gosh Darn SwiftUI (updated). Mark on UIRepresentable.

  • Episode 280: This Is Not Your Mother's Star Wars

    January 11th, 2020  |  1 hr 40 mins
    alphabet, american graffiti 2, apple card, asimov, azure, billie lorde, build phase scripts, bullfrog, business chat, carrie fisher, combine, corellium, cvv, dynamic dispatch, facebook, foundation, gen z, goldman sacks, google, goshdarnswiftui, greg grenburg, heros, hines auditorium, indesign, ipados, iphone 11 pro, jj abrams, joe cieplinski, k2, mac app store, mac osx beta, mandalorian, multitasking, nightmode, notarization, o365, observableobject, offerup, oura ring, pi day countdown, pimp my ride, po dameron, prudential center, renewable, rian johnson, scene delegate, september 1752, snapchat, sourcerer, star wars, static dispatch, steve hayman, swiftui, tech support, terawatt, tik tok, uiviewrepresentable, uiwebview, vault, venmo, waterfield designs, wkwebview, xzibit, year zero, yo dawg, zstack

    We're back with fact check on Mac OS X Lion and Adobe InDesign. We chat about the Oura ring and the No Year Zero debate. In the Follow Up; 50+ iPadOS 13 features, Update to Notarization Prerequisites, Updating Apps that Use Web Views and Wallet by Waterfield Designs. Why I quit using the ObservableObject in SwiftUI. Write a build phase script. How Are You Prioritizing Gen Z? 'Completely unsustainable': How streaming and other data demands take a toll on the environment. iPhone 11 Pro’s Night Mode Isn’t What You Might Think. Apple targets jailbreaking in lawsuit against iOS virtualization company. Starbucks Devs Leave API Key in GitHub Public Repo. Understanding method dispatch in Swift. How the Tech Giants Make Their Billions. Picks:, Swift 5.1 Cheat Sheet and Quick Reference, Gosh Darn SwiftUI, Every Time Zone. After Show: HomePod, Star Wars - The Rise of Skywalker (Spoilers).

  • Episode 279: The Trough of Disillusionment

    December 21st, 2019  |  1 hr 54 mins
    1password, 64-bit a7, air pods, air power, amiga, angela arehns, apfs, apple card, apple music, apple news, apple park, apple pay, apple pencil, apple store, apple tv, apple watch series 5, appletv apps, arkit, atari 800, atp, basic, bbedit, beats, brian cox, butterfly switch, c++, carekit, cdev, christmas story, classroom kit, commodore pet, continuity, coreml, cupertino, disktop, eaton centre apple store, et, faceid, fork, gremlins, home pod, homekit, hype cycle, ibm, imac pro, inits, ios 13.3, ios 7, ios in the car, ipad mini, ipad pro, ipados, iphone 11, iphone 11 pro, iphone 4, iphone 5c, iphone 6 plus, iphone se, iphone x, keyboard, kitura, lifelabs, lightening, mac mini, mac osx lion, mac pro, macbook, macbook air, macbook pro 16, macbook pro retina, macintosh ii, macos, maps, mavericks, movies that made us, multi finder, national lampoon, new zealand herald, nfc, picard, plateau of productivity, powermac 7100, privacy, rene richie, rf modulator, rick and morty, ring camera, rocky horror picture show, router, scott forestall, server side swift, short trek, shortcuts, simon syneck, siri, slope of enlightenment, star wars, steve jobs theater, swift for good, swift playgrounds,, swiftui, tcc, the goonies, the trough of disillusionment, today at apple, totp, toys that made us, transparency consent control, uwb, voice control, walt mossburg, watchos, webauthn, wwdc, xeon, yubikey

    As the 2010's end, we debate when the decade ends. We fact check iOS 13.3's fix on UWB bug and ATP increments. We follow up on TCC, and the $100K Mac Pro. iDevices get key-based protection, webAuthn, IBM Workgroup Updates on, Hype Cycles, and a cheaper Apple Arcade cost are also covered. We look back at the last 10 years of Apple innovation, news and changes. Amazon, Google, Apple and the Zigbee Alliance to develop connectivity standard. Picks: Swift For Good, Fork - a fast and friendly git client for Mac and Windows.

  • Episode 278: Introducing the Mac Pro Max

    December 14th, 2019  |  1 hr 25 mins
    1.5 tb ram, 28 core, abbey road, activation lock, adobe illustrator, affinity by serif, agfa, alexander knox, amazon echo, apache, app store closure, apple card, apple music, apple tile, astropad, aws, ballad of john and yoko, batwoman, big bird, bmw, brainiac 5, brandon routh, brian kerbs, burt ward, car play, caroll spiney, casey & finnagen, cashew chicken, catalina, cbc, color studio, conversational ai, crisis on infinite earth, cups, customer support, daniel tiger, distressed, dr who, duke of york, emacs, ernie coobs, face id, flo & eddie, fourier, fred rogers, home pod, httpd.conf, idris alba, imagewriter, intel xeon w, ios 13, ios 13.3, jason mamoa, joe ceiplinski, john cryer, joy cons, kansas city, line feed printer, location services, mac mini, mac pro, mac pro max, margret hamilton, mark twain, marvelous mrs mazel, mississippi, missouri, more from orc, mr dressup, my dinner with jimi, nanotexture, new amsterdam, new yorker, no time to die, oscar the grouch, patina, perl, pro display xdr, project catalyst, python 3, rackmount, rick & morty, ruby, rypress, sally phelps, sasha baren cohen, see, self sizing, sesame street, smallville, spockcast, springfields, supergirl, switch, tablecell sizing, tam, tcc, the report, the six, the spy, the turtles, tim conroy, tom sawyer, ultra wide band, urlrequest, uwb, vi, watergate, wicked witch of the west, will weaton, zsh

    We find out what Jaime was up to last week. Our fact check covers using the Switch Pro Controller, the other Margret Hamilton and line feed printers. We also talk about Mr Dressup and remember Caroll Spinney. We follow up on the iPhone 11 Pro’s Location Data Puzzler, App Store Connect Holiday Schedule, BMW's CarPlay about-face, 59 Shortcuts for Emacs 23.2.1, and Fourier transform for dummies. The Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR are now available for order. We continue on the ethical implications of conversational AI and the patina of our Apple Cards. iOS 13 brings easier crypto APIs with the CryptoKit framework. Self Sizing Table View Cells In Interface Builder. Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.2, iOS, and iPadOS 13.3. Picks: Python for Beginners

  • Episode 277: Math Porn

    December 7th, 2019  |  1 hr 27 mins
    5g, abbey road: super deluxe edition, affinity publisher, air pods pro, apollo, apollo 11, apple awards, apple tv+, back blaze, bandwidth, ben sandovski, best buy, biilie elish, cgm, clean my mac, darknoise, derived data, drobo, ed, edge, eero, elon musk, emacs, escape key, final cut pro, for all mankind, fourier, game controllers, giles martin, guidance computer, gym book, health kit, home kit, home pod, iot, la cantina, macbook pro 16, marginal revolution, margret hamilton, miniled, mmwave, moleskin, my friend ed, nintendo switch, notability, one note, open source, orbi mesh router, oura, paul hudson, qualcomm, remap caps lock, series 4, setapp, smart keyboard, space x, spectre, steam controllers, sub6g, swiftui, switch pro controller, t-mobile, taqueria los pericos, ted gioia, the servant, touch type, uicollectionview, uiviewrepresentable, ulysses, vi, wemo plugs

    This week Alexis Gallagher returns to geek out on iOS and math. Prompted by askMTJC from Mike Hendley we discuss using keyboards on the iPad and Macs. 7 Awesome Open Source SwiftUI Projects To Inspire You. Mini LED technology will be coming to MacBooks and iPads in the near future. Apple will release at least four new iPhones with 5G and OLED displays. Apple launches Apple Music and well as App and Games Awards. Do we care about new HomeKit integrations? It is now too late to order engraved AirPods Pro for Christmas. Does iOS 13 on iOS and tvOS support Nintendo Switch Pro controllers or not? Paul Hudson reviews the new MBP in terms of Swift compile times. Picks: How to free up space on your developer Mac, The Apollo Guidance Computer, 13 Minutes to the Moon, Ted Gioia’s best Music of 2018 - Apple Music playlist, GymBook, Oura, sleep-tracking Ring. After Show: Apple TV+ shows, Affinity Publisher, Spectre, Moleskin notes and Home Pod.

  • Episode 276: Ok Boomer

    November 30th, 2019  |  1 hr 23 mins
    affinity photo, airpower, alpha go, anagram, big mountain studios, bill nye, black box problem, black friday, book of why, bowling for columbine, counterfactual causation, dad jokes, data detectors, derived data, developer advocates, digital darkroom, disney, eaton centre apple store, feature flags, gordon fontenot, hacking with swift, hey dingus, insta-matic, ios 14, iphone smart battery case, leet speak, magic wand tool, man in the high castle, mandalorian, maple syrup, michael moore, nscache, nscountedset, nsnorth, nsorderedset, nsscanner, nsscreencast, ok boomer, pallindorme, paul hudson, plug-in, python, ray wenderlich, science rules, seattle, shutter button, softbank, springs and struts, startup, swiftui views, translatesautoresizingmaskintoconstraints, uisearchbar, uisearchtoken, wework, zuckerberg

    This week we chat about views that seem to be broken in iOS 13. We fact check on Digital Darkroom. WeWork hits a snag and we add some of our favorite Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals. Dad Jokes and other trending memes populate the show. iOS 14 may be rebased with incremental updates with feature flags. X-rays reveal a shutter button on the iPhone Smart Battery Case. We discuss Andy Ibanez' post on new search APIs in iOS 13. Rumor has it that Toronto's Eaton Centre will get a larger Apple Store. Picks: Useful obscure Foundation types in Swift, SwiftUI Views book, The Book of Why.

  • Episode 275: Another Bit of Entropy

    November 23rd, 2019  |  1 hr 48 mins
    .net, 1password, accel, adobe, airbnb, amazon, apple tv+, apple watch,, atlasssian, austin, basecamp, causality, charlotte, cingleton, continuous deployment, corellia software, correlation, dave teare, david heinemeier hansson, developer app, digital darkroom, dillan’s voice, dmitry rodionov, el paso, equifax, eric sadun, escape key, experian, gender bias, gig economy, google chrome, have i been powned, homebrew, homemaker, houston, itunes windows, jamie heinemeier hansson, jeff bezos, jessie cartier, joe cieplinsky, jonathan suzuki-cook, la, mac os 8, macbook pro 16, market watch, mastodon, max howell, melody loops, mini map, morning show, newsroom, parallels, paul hudson, pbs, quicklook, renovate, ricky de laviaga, sicp, silicon beach, smart keyboard, space jazz, sports tv, spruce goose, stem, subscription fatigue,, swiftui cheat sheet, texas, tim miller, transunion, troy hunt, typing club, unicorn, vero, walkie talkie, wikipedia, wikitribune, windows 98, wned,, wwdc, xip, youtube tv

    This week we fact check on PBS WNED, David Heinemeier Hansson, Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. We follow up on Parallels, Hey! Siri, Jamie Heinemeier Hansson posts her story about the Apple Card credit rating, and Amazon's abandoned AI recruiting tool. We discuss how the Apple Watch has transformed users with autism and CP. Use this handy calculator to find out how much subscriber TV will cost you. Joe Cieplinski's post "About That Keyboard" drives another discussion about the MacBook Pro 16 keyboard. Apple is planning a Dec event celebrating gaming. Apple's Developer app will provide information for developers year round. Apple breaks ground in Austin to build Mac Pros. Ricky brings us A Companion for SwiftUI, the SwiftUI Lab, and About-SwiftUI. 1Password partners with Accel for continued growth, Çingleton 2013 - Dave Teare, and A love letter to DHH and others concerned about our recent funding announcement. Xcode 11.2 Banned From Apple Itself. Apple may be working on a successor to iTunes on Windows 10. Porting by a 1000 Patches: Bringing Swift to Windows. Why I've started asking companies about their technical interviews before proceeding with them. Voice Control link roundup via Back to Work 452. Picks: WT:Social, Take Charge of those Xips, QuickLook certs In the Finder, Apple launches a dedicated mobile app for its developer community, 100 Days of SwiftUI, SwiftUI by Example, Survey results: iOS Dev Weekly 430 link roundup, I Accidentally Uncovered a Nationwide Scam on Airbnb, Renovate is now part of WhiteSource

  • Episode 274: SwiftUI Canvas Attributes Inspector

    November 16th, 2019  |  1 hr 21 mins
    adobe fresco, adobe illustrator, affinity designer, apple pencil, attributes inspector, cable tv, catalina, charles geschke, dark mode, david heinemeier hansson, dhh, disney plus, edgesignoringsafearea, equifax, escape key, final cut pro x, freemium, fresco, gender bias, githawk, github universe, goldman sachs, if case let, john warnock, kyle webster, layout, macbook pro 16, macklunkey, marketplace, netflix, parc, pcalc, pencil brush, photoshop brushes, photoshop for ipad, postscript, pro tools, psdc, roku, ruby on rails, ryan nystrom, saml sso, scott belskey, sesame street, snowfall, spockcast, ssgw,, swiftnio, swiftui, the black hole, the mandalorian, vmware fusion, woz, xcode canvas

    Sesame Street turns 50. We fact check on Adobe Photoshop, Fresco, Charles Geschke and VMWare Fusion. askMTJC brings us an unusual iOS error message. Roku’s new free WatchOS app lets you control your viewing. Adobe deals with ‘painful’ early reviews of Photoshop for iPad. A tweet about Apple Card leads to a probe of Goldman Sachs. Disney Plus streaming service arrives in Canada with technical hurdles. MacBook Pro 16 inch. SwiftUI Layout System. Swift Server Work Group (SSWG) Annual Update. GitHub launches a mobile app. Picks: Swiftly, Fresco - pencil brush, Edit SwiftUI properties with Canvas Attributes Inspector.

  • Episode 273: The Future Is Scary

    November 9th, 2019  |  1 hr 35 mins
    30 rock, active directory, admob, adobe bridge, adobe draw, appl, apple tv+, bluetooth, bundling, catalina, chris wagner, chromium edge, citrix, coinbase, creative cloud, dave mark, dibs, dibstone, electron, entomology,, etymology, fcc, firebase, first man, fitbit, fuad, gamehub, google, google home, greg heo, hacking with swift, http/2, jaywalking, jessy cruikshank, john knoll, kuler, layer mask, mac pro, machine learning, mage gauntlet, managed device, mdm, mems, microsoft edge, mtv canada, o365, owc, pedestrian, phillip schoemaker, photography plan, photos, photoshop on ipad, psd, quicktime player 7, richmond bc, see, self driving, snoopy, solar sail,, swiftui cheatsheet, tesla, the future is scary, the morning show, the right stuff, the trolley car, tim cook, toolchain, training, uber car, virtualbox, vmware fusion

    This time we have Toolchain, Halloween AirPods, and RIP QuickTime Player 7. Tim Cooks says we may have bundles, Google buys FitBit, FCC passes new Mac Pro, online etymology, we follow up on Apple TV+ trial, GameClub, and PhotoShop on iPad, Apple privacy updates, and Uber car kills jaywalker. You cannot submit Electron 6 or 7 apps to the App Store. Microsoft’s Edge Chromium browser will launch on January 15th. Apple Push Notification Service Update. Apple TV+ first impressions and a new look for Apple privacy. Picks: Researchers hack Siri, Alexa, and Google Home by shining lasers at them, SwiftUI Cheat Sheet, Photoshop on iPad 🎉.

  • Episode 272: Apple's Back

    November 2nd, 2019  |  1 hr 31 mins
    accessibility, ada, affinity designer, air pods pro, airpods, airpods pro, als, apfs, apple pay, apple’s back, babe ruth, catalina, catalyst, christian slater, command line tools, copy left, cs6, curse of the bambino, documentation, dominos, dra, earnings, elliot, fitbit, fml, gameclub, gnostic, google, health, illustrator, ios 13.2, iosdevuk, iphone 5, jason snell, john gruber, lou gehrig, mackenzie davis, mage gauntlet, microsoft office, mike vinakmens, milos dunjic, mls cup, mr robot, nigel hamilton, oauth, octa, openapi, openid, pebble, protocol buffers, red sox, sign in apple, soccer, starbucks, swagger, tensorboard, tensorflow, toronto fc, userinterfaceidiom, walgreens, washington dc, wearos, xcode-select, yankees

    This time we discuss the look of the new AirPods Pro and installing Catalina on an APFS partition. We also follow up on website accessibility, and illustrated guide to OAuth and OpenID as well as in plain English. The confusion around iOS 13 share sheets continues, and we are front and centre in a group photo from iOS Dev UK. Mark reports on Apple's record breaking earnings. GameHub revives old iOS games. Apple warns iPhone 5 owners to update. Apple reveals new AirPods Pro. Apple also releases iOS and iPadOS 13.2. They also pull and update to 13.2.1 after some Home Pods get bricked. Picks: "Apple, Your Developer Documentation is… Missing", gnostic,, Up & Running on macOS with Catalyst.

  • Episode 271: Cheetos Finger Hot Dog Stylus

    October 26th, 2019  |  1 hr 14 mins
    amazon pay, appl, apple pay, astropad studio, at&t stadium, azure, buffalo bills, catalyst, chris hadfield, click to pay, core data, cra, dallas cowboys, dorian, dracula, edvard munck, elevate, emv, end game, eric clapton, galaxy s10, gddp, gerry world, gift cards, google, hasan manaj, jodi kovitz, letterboxd, life in 12 bars, luna display, mac app store, mac pro, mac to mac,, matt rogue, microsoft,, mixolydian, mountain lion, nfc, nshipster, oauth2, patriot act, pentatonic, pilgrims, pixel 4, pixelmater pro, pro display xdr, rsa, s1, scales & modes, screen scraping, security, selling england by the pound, side car, sign in with apple, softbank, spaniel, star wars, starbucks, steve hackett, two sides of canada,, visual studio code, we work

    This week we follow up on Move the Dial, how AstroPad HQ is dealing with being "Sherlocked", Apple surpasses Microsoft, and apps merged from iPad to Mac have troubles with user charges. We dig into security foibles with Google's Pixel 4 and Samsungs Galaxy 10. Apple Pay has overtaken Starbucks as a payment platform. Apple has implemented OpenID Connect with Sign in with Apple. SoftBank to Take Majority Stake in WeWork. There is a looming EMV "Y2K Moment". Picks: Dracula — A dark theme for Visual Studio Code and 50+ apps, Pixelmator Pro - on sale, Creative Things: A Collection Of Creative THINGS From Around The World.

    Outro by voiceover artist — Mike Vinakmens.

  • Episode 270: Who Moved My Dang Cheese?

    October 19th, 2019  |  1 hr 20 mins
    32-bit, accessibility, accessible, adobe, app store connect, apple tv+, arcade, bob dylan, call hierarchy, catalina, catalyst, catalytic converter, containers, cs6, daniel steinburg, dice by pcalc, dominos, dweezil zappa, final cut pro, github, hacktoberfest, helper application, hot rats, iheartradio, inglorious bastards, ios 13, james thomson, jenkins, lightroom, mac app store, mini map, mixpanel, move the dial, oauth2, operator 41, pcalc, photoshop, php7, project navigator, quick open, rob whitaker, roku, scott forestall, secure boot, seneca college, spockcast, spotify, spruce campbell, swiftui kickstart, t2, taylor swift, the apple key, the final cut, time machine, ton ton, touch id, transporter, tunein radio, wwdc, xcode, xcode shortcuts, ygd, zvon petric

    We follow up on up on Hacktoberfest, finger counting, the Domino's accessibility lawsuit, bundling Apple services, what the T2 chip does, and iOS 13 adoption rates. We discuss how a 14 year old developer got his game on Apple's Arcade. You can now ask Siri to play Spotify music on iOS 13. James Thompson shares his experience getting apps converted to Catalyst. The Apple TV app is coming to Roku. Picks: A SwiftUI Kickstart, Move The Dial, Transporter, Rob Whitaker on Accessibility, and Essential Xcode Shortcuts for More Efficient Coding.

  • Episode 269: Best of MTJC: Devs On the Street — LIVE from WWDC 2019

    October 12th, 2019  |  54 mins 24 secs
    accessibility, altconf, apple pencil, appleos, bitbucket, cheese grater, cloudkit, cocoapods, core data, craig fegerighi, dark mode,, field notebook, github, gitlab, greg jawiak, interface builder, ipados, jean macdonald, keyboard shortcuts, keynote, loews, mac pro, manton reese, marzipan,, mini map, nebo, pencilkit, platform state of the union, pro display xdr, project catalyst, radius, release notes conference, sfsymbols, shortcuts, sign in with apple, storyboard, sublimetext, subscription pricing, surface, swift package manager, swift playgrounds 3, swiftui, the talk show, viewsonic, voice control, watch apps, xcode 11

    Recorded LIVE during WWDC 2019: In this special episode Tim interviewed several iOS developers on-site at WWDC thought the conference. Joining us this week are Tom Harington, Jeff Rames, Ish Shabazz, Kilo Loco, Mark Struzinzki, Adam Armstrong, Dru Freeman, Ray Fix, Megan Winter, Anthony Laurence, Ricky de Laveaga, Kendal Gelner, and literally on the street Joe Cieplinski. We discuss the WWDC Keynote, PSotU, SwiftUI, Project Catalyst, Dark Mode, stand alone Watch Apps, Xcode 11, Voice Control, iPadOS, Swift Package Manager, the 2019 Mac Pro, Pro Display XDR, The Talk Show,,, AltConf, Swift Playgrounds 3, Xcode 11, and the Release Notes Conference.

  • Episode 268: Xcode Memory View

    October 5th, 2019  |  50 mins 35 secs
    1password, ad astra, agilebits, allow apps from anywhere, big endian, black hat, bob dylan, canadian dollar, caveman debugging, checkm8, class, code completion, combine, copy by reference, copy by value, copy on write, corgi,, expecations, function builders, greta, heap, hendrix experience, hotwheels, inglorious bastards, int8, interviews, john sundell, journey to the far side of the sun, lancia, little endian, macpaw, marin todorov, mark ambrose, matchbox, mattel, memory viewer, omg cable, on boarding, penbook, pencilkit, property wrappers, quentin tarantino, ryan nystrom, setapp, space 1999, sr&ed, stack, star wars, struct, swift playgrounds, swiftui, the great escape, the musical box, thunderbirds, top gear, try combine, tyco, worcester

    We fact check on Apple costs, SR&ED, and Matchbox. In the follow up we name check Worcestershire, the OMG Cable, and the Checkm8 exploit. We review Swift Memory Management and Performance. Swift Playgrounds on iPad adds SwiftUI, iOS 13 SDK and Combine support. Picks: Reverse Interview, Catalina tip - download apps from anywhere, PenBook built with SwiftUI, PencilKit and iPadOS, Xcode Spell Chec, and Combine Function Builders.

  • Episode 267: Great Developers Paste

    September 28th, 2019  |  1 hr 42 mins
    3rd party, ad mob, alt store, apple pencil, arcade, austin, australia, battery health, bluetooth, canada council, canadian media fund, carebear, cheech & chong, chef, chris hadfield, close tabs, combine, control center, corgi, dark mode, desktop-class browsing, development, dlc, dynamic type, ea, elevate 2019, elevate tech jam, flatmap, gestures, gorn, greg joswiak, guy kawasaki, hacktoberfest, home screen, hotwheels, iap, instant coffee, internet, ios 13.1, ipad os videos, ipados, jaundice, joz, kirk, konami, latency, mac app store, mac pro, made by snowman, masters of the universe, matchbox, my little pony, namco, no paywall, nsnorth, objective-c, omni channel, open source, photo editor, polyglot, publishers, settapp, share sheet, shawn marston, smartphone, source code, spark, spek, spock, sr&ed, steve wosniak, swift 3, swiftui, swipe-to-type, swtchtolatest, the agency podcast, the cloud, tim hortons, tommy chong, toy hall of fame, transforming operators, transitions, version control, version editor, where cards fall, woz, xcode 11

    We start with iOS 13.1 release date, Bluetooth access notifications, the price of Apple gear in Australia, listening to podcasts on CarPlay, and getting into open source through a hackathon. We follow up on top 10 Apple Arcade games, Google Play Pass rolls out games for Android, iPadOS comes out, and the Alt Store has also come out for iOS devices. The smartphone is in the running for Toy Hall of Fame. The Best iOS 13 Tips and Tricks. Apple says it will make the new Mac Pro in Texas. Picks: Bug Reporting in a Snap, Hacktoberfest presented by DigitalOcean and DEV, Apple Shares New Tutorial Videos Showcasing iPadOS Features, Advanced SwiftUI Transitions. One More Thing... Transforming Operators in Swift Combine Framework: Map vs FlatMap vs SwitchToLatest.

  • Episode 266: What Color Is Your Apple Card?

    September 21st, 2019  |  57 mins 53 secs
    app store search, apple arcade, apple tv+, apple youtube, battery life, battlestar gallactica, belana, big bang theory, billing grace period, blue tooth, brady bunch, castro, ceramic, cheers, cokie roberts, core ml, dark mode, degrassi junior high, dodo peak, eddie cue, fantastic feasts, friends, frogger, gilligan’s island, golden girls, google pixel 3, hbo max, ios 13, ios 13.1, iphone 11, iphone 11 pro, iphone xs, james thompson, konami, lego adventures, machine learning by tutorials, maple syrup, mario lopez, marmite, matthijs hollemans, midnight green, nbc universal, night mode, occam’s razer, octonauts, overcast, pac mac party royal, peacock, phil schiller, plus, pocket casts, princess bride, punky brewster, ric okasek, ryan cash, sam ishmel, saved by the bell, sayonara wild hearts, seinfeld, sensor tower, snowman, sonic racing, subscriptions, super hdr, text selection, thanksgiving, the price is right, tiff 2019, tuvok, unimatrix zero, voiceover, voyager, where cards fall

    Apple Arcade is now available to iOS 13 users, we discuss this as well as Apple TV+. It seems the US based Apple Card users have an advantage buying Apple gear. The September event is available on-demand via YouTube. We discuss the early iPhone 11 Pro reviews. Does Apple tip the scales in favour of its own apps? Billing Grace Period Now Available in App Store Connect. Podcast app Pocket Casts is now available for free, with an optional $0.99 subscription. Picks: On-device training with Core ML, Press Kit Pro Tip, Dark Mode — Working with Color Systems.