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 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.