July 4th, 2020 | 1 hr 46 mins
5g, 6802, a12z, app store reviews, apple design awards, apple silicon, apple stores, autocad, basecamp, blender, collectionview, debugging, dell ultrasharp 27 4k ips monitor:, developer transition kit, dtk, face shield, fcc, fruitia, fusion3d, grids, head, hey, high power, huawei, ibm, instruments, iphone 11, james dempsey, kirk clifton, liki song, low power, macbook pro 16, mchenry, millionaire app, mos technology, moscone west, motorola, music notation, pat salo, paul hudson, phasset, photos framework, port key, powerpc, pro display xdr, pyramid of doom, quidditch cup, rene ritche, salad bar, sandwiches, scribble, serenity caldwell, shapr3d, snapshots, snowman, soup chef, staff pad, swan’s quest, swift type inference, swiftui, tableview controller, the missing manual, tinkercad, unsafe swift, usb-c, view context, voices that matter, watch party, where cards that fall, widgetkit, widgets, wwdc videos, xcode 12
We fact check on Sherlock, Apple's 3 major transitions which we got two thirds correct, Scribble, WWDC demo apps, and port keys. In the follow up: First benchmarks surface for Apple's ARM-based Developer Transition Kit. Apple races to push ahead with 5G iPhone mass production. Apple to re-close 30 more stores due to coronavirus outbreaks. Basecamp’s protest of Apple’s policies is already benefiting other developers. In the main: WWDC20: Wrap up and recommended talks. Getting started with WidgetKit. Integrating Core Data with SwiftUI. Building Grids in SwiftUI 2.0 for iOS 14. Picks: Fuita Building a Feature Rich app with SwiftUI, Spapr3D. I love this app BUT!, Instruments icon mesh challenge, Something I notice from Apple was using variables for smaller chunks of code.
November 10th, 2018 | 1 hr 22 mins
3d portrait, @objc, a12 bionic, adam armstrong, adam beck, algorithm, aluminium, american falls, bauxite, bias, big nerd ranch, block syntax, braun, centimeters, champs elise, cobalt, computer science, dot synax, dunning kruger effect, geek bench, generation x, grams, grand central terminal, helium, horseshoe falls, hydro electricity, in app purchase, inches, ipad pro, iphone xr, jason snell, leica, lithium, macbook air, memory management, mikey ward, mind map, moscone west, naughts, niagara falls, objective-c, pounds, properties access, quebec, recycling, rene richie, right to repair, ripley’s believe it or not, s pen, samsung xr, skills matrix, snapping fingers, stockholm, swift, vector
Greg Heo joins Tim for discussions on the new MacBook Air, iPad Pro and iPhone XR. Apple's Recycling on the new MacBook Air is not all that! In App Pricing disappeared from the App Store. Greg visited the Samsung Developer Conference 2018 in search of the folding phone. We discussed the iOS Developer Roadmap. Helium can brick your iPhone. Apple reduces the production line for the iPhone XR. Stockholm nixes Apple Store plans in the Kungsträdgården. Bad algorithms are making inappropriate decisions. Picks: iPad Pro (2018) Review, Teach Yourself Computer Science
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.