June 22nd, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
@state, apfs, app camp for girls, asr, baseball, becky hansmeyer, bindableobject, blackhawks, catalina, combine, cyber attack, didset, disk doubler, dithering, fireballed, firmlinks, global++, gord downey, hacking with swift, hfs, hfs disk maker, hockey, ios 13, ipados, iphone xr, iphone xs, ismodalinpresentation, jaime newberry, japan display, kilo loco, ladiesatwwdc, large titles, lea marlot, live preview, mac pro, marcel dionne, mini vmac, mojave, multiple windows, multitasking, niantic, noise app, passthroughobject, paul hudson, photoshop 1.0, podcast studio, pokemon, power mac 6100/66, project catalyst, read only, reqres.in, sapphire display, snapshot, split view, st. catharines, subscriptions, swift 5.1, talking moose, textfield, the tragically hip, twitter, twostraws, uiviewpropertyanimator, vector, watchos 6, wayne gretzky, wwdc, wwdcgirls, xcode, xcode beta 2
We fact check on a WWDC wish list by Becky Hansmeyer. The #askMTJC covers getting Live Preview on Catalina, iPadOS as a unique operating system, and real-time follow up on an AR Mac Pro on your desk. Twitter is bringing back its Mac desktop app. What's New In Swift 5.1. Niantic sues Global++ developers over hacked versions of its games. What's New in Apple File Systems from #WWDC19. Apple looks willing to help struggling iPhone-display maker. Apple now tells you if an app you're deleting has a subscription still active. View Controller Presentation Changes in iOS 13. Incorporating SwiftUI's Principles in All Your Code. Women In Swift. Picks — ReqRes.in and SwiftUI Tutorial: Build an ordering app with Forms, Pickers, and URLSession. What Does a Cyber Attack in Real Life? watchOS6 Noise app comparison with a decibel meter.
June 14th, 2019 | 1 hr 39 mins
alexis gallagher, apfs, app store guidelines, atp, avaudio, avocado toast, beats, byod, classroom, combine, computer history museum, core data, cryptographic, declarative, dru freeman, enterprise, essentials, federico viticci, ios 10, ios 6, ipad pro, iphone 5, ipod 5th generation, james dempsey and the breakpoints, jamf, keynote, linkedin, live preview, logic pro x, logitech mx master 2s, mac ii fx, mac pro, macintosh display card 8•24 gc, marzipan, mdm, mountain view, peter cook, podcast studio, princess bride, privacy, project catalyst, publisher, reality composer, ricky de laviaga, rode videomic me-l, rxswift, scenedelegate, sfsymbols, shure sm7b, sign in with apple, subject, subscriber, swift packages, swiftto, swiftui, system 7, twitter, visual codes, watch apps, wwdc
Back from WWDC 2019, we discuss whether large companies should drop support for older iOS versions. We follow up on Federico's iPad setup, Apple is listening to Pro users, Apple making corporate BYOD less invasive, and Apple is tightening up its rules for enterprise app certificates. We chat about the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR. We discuss WWDC 2019 sessions on Combine, SwiftUI, Project Catalyst, Reality Composer. We discuss some new App Store Guidelines you may not have looked at. We also cover Shai Mishali's RxSwift to Apple’s Combine “Cheat Sheet”. Picks: SwiftUI Essentials: Creating and Combining Views, Combine | Apple Developer Documentation, Mac Pro in AR - Apple, Visual Codes by Benjamin Mayo, and SwiftTO.
June 8th, 2019 | 54 mins 24 secs
accessibility, altconf, apple pencil, appleos, bitbucket, cheese grater, cloudkit, cocoapods, core data, craig fegerighi, dark mode, embrace.io, field notebook, github, gitlab, greg jawiak, interface builder, ipados, jean macdonald, keyboard shortcuts, keynote, loews, mac pro, manton reese, marzipan, micro.blog, 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, Kylo 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, Micro.blog, Embrace.io, AltConf, Swift Playgrounds 3, Xcode 11, and the Release Notes Conference.
May 25th, 2019 | 45 mins 26 secs
5ge, 8-core, amazon prime air, android, aosp, apple park, arm, at&t, aws, becky hansmeyer, ben sandofsky, black smearing, boycott apple, chatrbox, china, dark mode, dev interviews in a nutshell, ecg, ekg, enhanced butterfly keyboard, entity list, federico viticci, health canada, huawei, instagram, interface builder, ipad, iphone 4, learning swift, mac pro, macbook pro 15, macworld expo, mifi, musclebooks, oled, opaque return types, ordered collection diffing, p3 color gamut, photoshop for the ipad, power beats pro, sandbox, soroush khanlou, swift 5.1, t2, taiwan, tsmc, twitter, unwrap, watchos 5.2.1, wwdc, wwdc quiz, xcode
We fact check on Apple Park and WWDC hardware. AT&T's 5Ge makes an appearance. ‘Boycott Apple’ movement gains new traction. Google suspends some business with Huawei. ARM memo tells staff to stop working with Huawei. Apple Watch ECG gets cleared in Canada. Seven Years of iPad as Computer. Instagram Influencers scraped & exposed. Facebook iOS job acceptance down to 50%. "Software developer interviews, in a nutshell..." blows up. Apple updates 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros with enhanced butterfly keyboard. A WWDC Dev Wishlist. What’s New in Swift 5.1. Picks: Design a Dark Them for OLED iPhones, Take the Hacking with Swift WWDC19 Quiz. Unwrap Learn coding today. After Show: Our Quiz results (spoiler free)
May 17th, 2019 | 54 mins 42 secs
adobe, affinity designer, affinity photo, air pods, air power, andy inakho, app store, app store subscriptions, apple park, apple store, apple t2, apple tv for ios, apple watch, becky hansmeyer, car2go, cascade lake x, chargers, china, cinemagraph, comcast, conf friends for wwdc, conspicuous disclaimer, creative cloud, cs6, cupertino city council, dave delong, dim tai fung, disney, dolby, flixel, garage band, gay pride, google playstore, griffin imic, hbo, hulu, iphone sdk, irig, logic pro x, lyft, mac pro, macworld, mark pavlidis, mini keg, monitor, mpow, nbc universal, netflix, night of dim sum, nomad, parties, photoshop for ipad, podcasting, power beats pro, promoted subscriptions, rainbow bandstand, rental economy, rouge podcaster, samsung smart tv, showtime, starbucks, steve jobs, stock market, supreme court, tacow, tariffs, today at apple, trials, uber ipo, upgrades, watchos, web objects, whatsapp, zip car
In 2011, Steve Jobs presented Apple Park plans. App Store Pricing. Apple Launches TV App with iOS 12.2. Adobe opens Photoshop for iPad beta signups. WhatsApp discovers 'targeted' surveillance attack. The US Supreme Court allows iPhone users to sue over AppStore monopoly. New Pride faces added to Apple Watch. US/China Trade War may affect Apple Chargers and Cases. Mac Pro iffy renderings leaked. Picks: Today At Apple adds podcasting class, Adobe warns using older versions of their apps may open users to lawsuits, and Nomad base station wireless hub, Mark Pavlidis - App Store Subscriptions – Condensed Edition.
October 27th, 2018 | 1 hr 3 mins
5g, air power, amber mac, andrew jassy, android, apple pencil, at&t, baby boomer, beautygate, becky, bloomberg, bose, boston red socks, cbs allaccess, cdmi, debugging, dep, derek selander, dlc, dr who, duke of york, edm, eec, emily litella, face id, g3, game of thrones, gdpr, gen x, generation axe, george r r murray, golfing with the blue jays, gsm, hawkeye access, hi-def, holland, ibm, ipad pro, iphone 5, iphone xr, jamf, jetbrains, johnny galecki, lldb, lte, mac pro, macbook, macbook air, mdm, milennial, mobile world congress, mud’s women, new amsterdam, new york, new york times, october 30, privacy, reverse engineer, rocksmith 2014, roseanne, sarah gilbert, satisfaction, skydio, star trek, steve vai, stubhub, supergirl, tap tap, tapulus, texas tea, the connors, tim cook, true depth, ubisoft, world series, wwdc mmxiii, young sheldon
We follow up on not using Facebook for logins and Apple and AWS request the Bloomberg retract the Chinese Spy Chip story. Apple is working on a patch for the #Beautygate — where the iPhone XS is over beautifying portrait photos. We revisit Swift & Objective-C usage. The October 30th event will apparently introduce 2 new iPad Pros, iPad Mini, two iMacs and possibly a new MacBook. IBM open sources their Mac@IBM configuration. Tim Cook calls for strong US Privacy legislation. We touch on the upcoming 5G mobile service. Picks: Xcode 10 patches to Advanced Apple Debugging & Reverse Engineering, Hawkeye Access.
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.
April 14th, 2018 | 1 hr 29 mins
(product)red®, 32-bit, 400, 401, algorithm github, algorithms, amazon music, apple music, audrey tam, bell curve video, black jeopardy, blackberry, coreml, data structures, developer shaming, dr doom, early adopters, echo, flip phones, google home, homepod, hot rods, house of strombo, ibm watson, interstate, iphone 8, i’m a teapot, mac pro, maple leafs, multi core mac pro, multi-core, nbc, pandora, reagan airport, road apple, simon sineck, spotify, start with why, tweetbot, twitter, twitterific, watch series 2, webdav, welcome to leopard, xcode, youtube, zuckerberg
This week we follow up on Youtube changes, IBM Watson and CoreML, 3rd party Twitter apps. We discuss Xcode compilation on mutli-core Mac Pros. The Home Pod has a sluggish start in sales. Apple reveals the (Product)RED® iPhone 8. Apple Music has 40 million users and a new boss. We follow up on HTTP 400 error codes. We discuss Apple upcoming purge of 32-bit macOS apps, reliving Windows File manager and the RWDevCon 2018's post mortem. Picks: Understanding Git Version Control and Learn how to Use it in Xcode 9, Xcode TDD keyboard short cuts, App Store insights. Aftershow: Facebook testimony.
February 10th, 2018 | 1 hr 22 mins
amazon, core data, dragon’s den, earnings, google home. duckduckgo, heat map, iphone x, jonathan kuehlein, kevin o’leary, lead developer, lee valley tools, mac pro, mark ii, mycroft ai, privacy, roll up the rim, rwdevcon, saul mora, scroll up to win, shark tank, strava, super cycle, swift cloud workshop 3, tim hortons
This week we look back at Saul Mora's Core Data trick at RWDevcon 2015. We follow up on Apple's 2018 Q1 earnings, the last of a super cycle and parking self-driving slippers. We discuss how Strava's heat map exposes popular exercise locations. We also talk about Mycroft AI's privacy-first smart speaker. We discuss app rejections stemming from the use of Apple's emojis in screenshots. Picks: Activating an Audio Session, Tim Horton's Scroll Up To Win
June 10th, 2017 | 1 hr 53 mins
affinity pro photo, airplay 2, amazon prime, apfs, apple pay, apple watch, arkit, ash hewson, askmtjc, carplay dnd, codable, core ml, drag & drop, external graphics development kit, files, github, high sierra, homepod, imac pro, ios 11, ipad pro 10.5, launchkit, mac pro, metal 2, musickit, promotion, refactoring, sirikit, swift 4, true tone, tvos, vision api, wireless development, wwdc 2017, wwdc17, xcode server
This week we answer an #askMTJC on AirPlay-ing Amazon Prime videos. We follow up on holographic billboard and LaunchKit shutting down. We were midway through WWDC 2017 week, so we share our impressions on the WWDC17 Keynote, Platform State of the Union and some of the live sessions we had watched. Picks: Refactoring!, Blackbox Puzzles wins ADA, What’s New in iOS, Simulating a second finger during drag, Xcode 9 Beta.