February 29th, 2020 | 1 hr 34 mins
360idev, amazon go, android 11, apex, app store connect, appkit, appstat, arm, ats, birmingham, capital hill, catalina island, chase center, clearview ai, climate change, cocoaconf, concurrency, conferences, dave verver, dionne warwick, dispatch queue, dispatch semaphore, donught holes, facebook home, fender, gibson, google io, green day, growing up tour, gypsy, ice lake, ios 14, ios survey, john reid, korn, larry tesler, les claypool, let’s encrypt, mac pro wheels, macos, maple syrup, masked singer, material design, mccafe, musickit, natalie wood, neomorphism, nodejs, nslock, nsnorth, nsoperation, offerup, pipeda, portamento, primus, privacy commissioner, pthread, red hook brewery, roger waters, rubber duck, rwdevcon, san jose, selfie, semaphone, serial queue, server side, shawn marsten, skeuomorphism, strategic reserves, swift, swiftto, swiftui, tdd, tim hortons, timbits, timespy, unit test, vapor, who’s unimpressed with swift, windows, wwdc, wwdc lottery, xerox parc, yessongs
Friend of the show Shawn Marston visits Tim Hortons in the UK. Google launches the Android 11 Developer Preview. Canadian Privacy Commissioners to Investigate Creepy Facial Recognition Firm Clearview AI. Apple drops a bomb on long-life HTTPS certificates: Safari to snub new security certs valid for more than 13 months. RIP Larry Tesler creator of Cut, Copy & Paste. Apple is considering letting users change default email, browser, music apps in iOS. Google is cracking down on Android apps that track your location in the background. The iOS Developer Community Survey. New MacBook Pro Leak Reveals Powerful Update. Check It Out, Sans Checkout: Amazon Opens First Cashier-Less Grocery Store in Seattle. Is neumorphism the big new look for iOS 14? Picks: AppStat, Jon Reid on Twitter: "Look at that… useful testing advice from Apple! "Adding Unit Tests to your Existing Project".
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.
June 1st, 2019 | 1 hr 44 mins
a round, abi stability, alexa, apollo 11, app store, app store connect, arcade, beacon, bobby orr, bruins, burritos, clive thompson, coders, conffriends, confirmation bias, core data, core ml 3, cortana, costco, create ml ios, create ml2, creative cloud, dave verwer, diffing, dropbox, dubdub+, ec2, eddie cue, embrace, facebook, fitbitpay, flipboard, gambling, gamekit, github, google home, habitant, in app purchase, ios, ios 13 dark mode, iosdevjobs, iosdevweekly, ipad, iphone se, jonathan kuelein, keynote, luna display, mark pavlidis, marzipan preview, mobileme, mta, multiple users, music and tv, namrata banekar, nes classic, nfc, nora young, nsfetchedresultscontroller, nyc, parties, petstore.com, phil shoemaker, raptors, rejection, royal wedding, sean allen, services apis, siri skills, size classes, sjmacindie, spark, spritekit, stanford, startup, subscriptions, swift playgrounds, tacow, the mighty scale beast, thoughtbot, trudeau, tvos, twitch tv, virtual assistant, virtual queueing, watchos, wwdc app, wwdc bingo, wwdc lottery, wwdc videos, xcode for ipad
It's no surprise that WWDC is the main subject of the episode. We follow up on Mark Pavlidis' talk on subscriptions. We follow on another post about troubles dealing with App Store Connect. The App Store has also published their Principles and Practices. We discuss Swift 5.1's Ordered Collection Diffing. We retell our WWDC ticketing experiences around Jaime's 'My WWDC Sob Story'. Apple Pay debuts on NYC's MTA. Flipboard adds yet another password breach. Worldwide Costco Tour 2019. Announcing GitHub Sponsors. Candid Advice For Those Joining The Startup World. Gender bias supported by female voiced assistants. Canada's PM Trudeau warns of 'meaningful financial consequences' for social media giants. iOS 13 Dark Mode, Music and TV apps screenshot leaks. We discuss what we wish to be announced at WWDC and what we think is likely to be announced at WWDC? Picks: Join Sean Allen as he posts his live WWDC reactions on TwitchTV. WWDC by Sundell. iOS Dev Jobs. Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World. Creative Cloud trial. After show: WWDC events.
June 23rd, 2018 | 1 hr 38 mins
#selector, 360 idev, @objc, acorn 6, action target, airbnb, alderbrook resort, app store connect, apple pay, atlanta, autos, back bay, beoing, bicentennial, cal tech, calderwood pavillion, century 21 world’s fair, cgp grey, charles river, coke, coursera, cruisers, cruze, deliveries app, delta, design talk, disk utility, dringend, ethernet, fatslane ci, freemium, hello internet, hynes, imac pro, indie developer, ipad, iphone, life of a button, mac mini, mac pro, marta, marzipan, network.framework, one if by land. two if by sea., option boot, p.a.t.h., qualities of design, react native, roku, selfies, sparse partition, spockcast, steve jobs 2011, swift, swiftfest, swiftshot, t station, taylor swift, testflight, tim cook, top ten videos, toronto, tresmont, ttc, unicorn pin, union station, wall-e, watchos, we rise, what new in arkit 2
It's our 200th episode and all regular hosts and guest hosts are here. We follow up on the lack of IT sessions at WWDC, the future of self driving cars, a test install of Mojave with your existing home folder. "Does Apple Even Care About the Mac?" is the question asked on Vector. We discuss a proof of concept Xcode for iPad! We touch on the "upgrade pricing" new on the App Store. Tim's annual Top 10 WWDC 2018 Videos is out. Airbnb sunsetting their use of React Native and Marzipanify and iOSMac are brought in by Greg. We talk about our 200 or so episodes. Picks: iOS developer skills matrix, Random numbers in Swift, Swift Diagnostics: #warning and #error.