January 15th, 2022 | 1 hr 21 mins
1password, 2048, apple pay, apple watch, async await, august lock, beatles, blood ox, bondi blue, ckrecord, cloudkit, core data, daytimer, design resources, disney +, distractionless, fetchresultscontroller, flappy bird, get back, hydrox, iphone, ipod, jan 9 2007, jwt, kernel panic, keychain, letterle, mac mini m1, macbook pro m1 pro, magic trackpad, managedobjectcontext, mandalorian, mvvm, newton, nso group, overcast, palm trio, passbook, pda, pegasus, pomdoro, purple, qr code, rene richie, rocket, scott forestall, sf symbols, sourcekit lsp, space grey, spanish inquisition, springboard, sqllite, steve jobs, swarm, swiftui, threes, tim condon, uber, uuid, vaccination, vapor, verify ontario, visual studio code, wallet, waymo, worldle, xcode
We're back for 2022, to follow up on buying a MacBook Pro, and Apple suing NSO Group. Tim and Mark discuss migrating a Core Data app from Objective-C to SwiftUI. We discuss the 15th anniversary of the iPhone announcement, Uber parks its Watch app, and 9 to 5 writes about Watch app abandonment. Introducing Swift for Visual Studio Code. How do Verifiable Vaccination Records with SMART Health Cards Work? Wordle copycat creator apologizes for ripping off the popular free word game. Picks: Swift Playgrounds 4.0, Headfirst SwiftUI, Apple Design Resources (updated), Springboard: the secret history of the first real smartphone.
June 11th, 2021 | 2 hrs 18 mins
@viewbuilder, accessibility, accessibilityrepresentation, actors, airplay on mac, apfs, app library, apple card, apple records, apple script, arkit, astra zenica, async/await, attributed strings, august lock, automator, avkit, beatles, beats powerbeats3, best in class, better call saul, boarding pass, buddy build, buttons, cannery row, circle ci, compileswift, continuous integration, cowbell, craig federigi, dave verwer, demystifying swiftui, dev tools lounge, developer documentation, digital id, digital lounges, disney park passes, dispatch queues, docc, empowerapps, facetime, focus, formatters, foundation, gcd, gitlab, grammar agreement, hand pose, healthkit, home kit, home pod mini, hotel keys, huell babineaux, imac m1, instagram, ios 15, ios dev directory, ipados 15, it’s like arc for threading, jazzy, john steinbeck, jordan morgen, json selector, lidar, live text, mac os 8, macintosh system software, maps, mare of easton, matter, mkbhd, monterey, multitasking, nest doorbell camera, notifications, obj, object capture, ocr, platform state of the union, play-doh touch, privacy, private relay, qr code, quick note, quicktime vr, rakuten, rotor, safari, sal saghoian, sfsymbols, shareplay, shazamkit, shortcuts, sign in with apple, siri intercom, sortdescriptors, sosumi, sound classifier, source docs, spacial audio, square reader, string(localized: ), studio gibley, swift concurrency, swift package manager, swift playgrounds, table, tablecolumn, testflight for the mac, tsa, u1, universal control, usdz, visual debugger for metal, wallet, watch party, weather app, widgets, wwdc, wwdc keynote, wwdc rumors, xcode cloud
We are joined by Evan K Stone and Leo Dion as we talk about the WWDC Keynote and the Platform State of the Union sessions. We fact check on Astra Zenica shots, and follow up on Sosumi, Apple product reviews, struggles with Apple Card, noisy audio while running Xcode, and people annoyed that they sold their M1's ahead of WWDC. Picks: Leo Dion's Orchard Nest site, PlayDoh Touch Shapes Studio, JSON Selector Generator, Jordan Morgan’s Best In Class iOS App Book, Why There are Now So Many Shortages (It's Not COVID).
June 16th, 2018 | 1 hr 26 mins
adam armstrong, advanced debugging, advanced debugging book, android studio, apfs, arkit 2, audrey tam, august lock, big nerd ranch, bill graham, boot camp, buzz aldrin, cne grandstand, collections, create ml, crusty, cryptocurrency, dann beauregard, dark mode, dave abrams, david okun, david sinclair, derek selander, designing fluid interfaces, doobie brothers, dropbox, e-ticket, ed arenberg, grande, grateful dead, half moon bay, hfs+, ibm watson, intel, jackson browne, james dempsey & the breakpoints, jefferson airplane, jim dalrymple, kelvin lau, kitura, llvm, marzipan, massey hall, michael macdonald, mojave, monterey, moscone west, network.framework, non-destructive, ok go, os.signpost, os_log, paul simon, philips hue, photoshop, pixelmator, playgrounds, presido, robert plant, rosetta, rube goldburg, ry cooder, santa cruz, server side swift, siri shortcuts, spark, steely dan, strombo, swift package manager, the warfield theater, turi create, victoria heric, walter becker, watch points, wwdc 2018, xcode 10, xctest
We follow up with Mark about his experiences at WWDC 2018 and we discuss some of our favorite sessions. Mark gives shout outs to Victoria Heric, Ed Arenberg, David Sinclair and Dann Beauregard. We follow up on Apple banning apps that sell user's contact info. Audrey Tam has published a tutorial on Create ML. Apple is also banning apps that do cryptocurrency mining. We discuss a Swift for Android solution. Tim installs macOS Mojave to tryout Dark Mode. We discuss a video on 50 + macOS Mohave changes. We look at Marzipan in Mojave. Mark regales us with week at WWDC 2018. We both discuss our favorite WWDC sessions. Picks: What’s new in Swift 4.2, Pixelmator for iOS, Server Side Swift with Kitura tutorial.