More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice
a round table discussion about iOS development, macOS and Swift.
We found 10 episodes of More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice with the tag “swiftui”.
Episode 359: WWDC 2023 Lottery
April 7th, 2023 | 1 hr 44 mins
1password, a11, adobe, advanced data protection, affirm, apple pay, apple pay peter, ar, arkit, async await, async cafe, async sequence, author, big mountain studio, bitcoin, cabel sasser, chase center, chatgpt, chin, code highlighting, combine, core data, covid, daniel steinberg, deeplinking, eric clapton, fizz buzz, golden state warriors, google glass, hide my email, holo lens, icloud keychain, ios 17, ipados, iphone x, james gunn, keynote, legacy contact, molly tuttle, navigationstack, nspredicate, passkeys, paula abdul, peter gabriel, pin code, ricky mondello, robert smith, sap center, seatgeek, seconds out, shakti, south korea, spockcast, steve hackett, stubhub, swift playgrounds, swiftui, taylor swift, the cure, ticketmaster, toronto, trailing closure syntax, universal control, verification, wwdc lottery, wwdc23
This week Jaime, Mark and Tim discuss the WWDC 2023 Lottery and what we expect to see at the June 5 WWDC 23 Keynote. The Bitcoin Whitepaper Is Hidden in Every Modern Copy of macOS. Should you enable Apple's Advanced Data Protection for iCloud. Apple Pay is now available in South Korea. Apple introduces Apple Pay Later. Apple Passwords Deserve An App. Ability to change iCloud password with only user’s PIN code. Our WWDC 2023 predictions and wish list. iOS 17 Rumored to Drop Support for iPhone X, First-Generation iPad Pro, and More. Picks: 30th Anniversary Mac icons, Awesome newsletters for iOS and Swift developers in 2022, Visually learn Core Data in SwiftUI picture book, Understanding Swift Trailing Closure Syntax, Become A SwiftUI Navigation Pro, Syntax Color - How and why I present code the way I do.
Episode 357: Malin Sundberg & Kai Dombrowski
February 17th, 2023 | 1 hr 45 mins
arctic circle, ash furrow, auto layout, borje salming, core coffee, core data, deep dish swift, eddie izzard, facebook, greg heo, kodeco, localization, mac app store, mercury weather, objective-c, orbit, perth, playgrounds, stockholm, sweden, swiftui, umeå university
This week Tim sits down with Malin Sundberg and Kai Dombrowski, founders of Triple Glazed Studios, makers of Orbit: Time Based Inventory for macOS and iOS as well as makers of the Mercury Weather app. We discuss starting with Swift and publishing apps in SwiftUI, crashing into snow banks, under the edge of the Arctic Circle, all without having seen a single Star Wars movie (until recently)
Episode 355: MTJC Max Pro Ultra
January 21st, 2023 | 1 hr 41 mins
1password, adobe illustrator 88, bitrise, bugsnag, chatgpt, console, dsotm, eric clapton, faces, figma, homepod, jan hammer, jeff beck, johnny depp, keynote, kraken, liquid retina xdr, m2 max, m2 pro, mac mini m1, macbook pro 14 m2 pro, macbook pro 16 m2 pro, matter, maybe i’m amazed, melody gardot, mixpanel, mobsf, natural language processing, neural engine, newer technology, optimizly, owasp, owc, quadrophonic, rob napier, runway, sketch, slack, stable diffusion, static analysis, swiftui, tears in heaven, testrail, the last of us, truth, tunein radio, xbb 1.5, xcode cloud
This week we discuss the new M2 Max, M2 Pro and Mac mini, MacBook Pros 14 & 16. We follow up on Stable Diffusion, ChatGPT and updated Apple Design Resources. We also cover augmenting accessibility with localized image names and the 2nd generation HomePod. In our Picks; Improving Console Output, SwiftUI Views Life Cycle, SwiftUI 4 adds tap location, DIY iOS Static Analysis, Gitignore.io, Getting Started with Xcode Cloud, and How to professionally say...
Episode 349: WWDC22 - Regex for the Rest of Us
June 11th, 2022 | 2 hrs 35 mins
360 idev, alexander graham bell, app intents, applepay later, async await, awesome list, bnpl, boulder co, camo, carekit, carplay, chester, coda, codemobile uk, command builder, continuity, datascanner api, desktop class, deskview, dictation, digital lounge, domain specific language, dragon natural speaking, eddie cue, epic, family sharing, fido alliance, find replace, focus builder, geforce now, geolocation, geometry reader, gibson app, halide, healthkit, hig, ios 16, ios dev uk, jesse ventura, layout protocol, linda dong, live activities, live text, lock screen, look around, macbook air m2, macos ventura, magsafe, mapkit, maryland, navigationstack, nfc, package plugins, parascope, passkeys, paul hudson, pcalc, prescriptions, procreate, quicknote, regex, regex for the rest of us, room model, rsa, scankit, serenity caldwell, setapp, share sheets, shareplay, simple, sir adam beck, sirikit, slopes, stage manager, steve westgarth, swift playgrounds, swiftui, swiftui charts, touchbar, transit, twostraws, undo, usb charger, usb-c, vectonator, viewthatfits, wallet, watchos, widget kit, work focus, wwdc, xcode cloud
This week we cover the WWDC 2022 Keynote and Platform State of the Union. We're joined by Friend of the Show Joe Cieplinski. We fact check Sir Adam Beck and Steve Westgarth. We discuss Awesome lists and a calculator on the Lock Screen. We get into the new HIG, WWDC Keynote, iOS 16, Apple Watch and watchOS 9, Mac hardware and M2, macOS Ventura, iPadOS 16, Platforms State of the Union, Xcode Cloud, Swift, SwiftUI, System Experience, MapKit, WeatherKit, Live Text API and Data Scanner API. Picks: WWDC Community links updated for 2022, return of the UK iOS conferences, iOS Dev UK and Codemobile UK, Hello Swift Charts
Episode 347: if let mtjc
April 23rd, 2022 | 1 hr 41 mins
1password, a16, a4, academy award, accessibility, apple office hours, apple stock, await async, awesome swift, best picture, bitrise, bruce cockburn, core data, dell ultrasharp u2720q, delores clamen, designatednerd, display port, ellen shapiro, engineering leader, genesis, glow forge, hockey night in canada, hp-ux, if let, ios 15.4, ipad air, iphone upgrade program, jackson brown, james taylor, keynote, laugh, lg ultrafine 5k, lindsey buckingham, little feet, live, love, m2, mac studio, macbook air, macworld expo, marques brownlee, mchenry convention center, mini led, monday night football, moore’s law, n95, netflix, never go back again, objective-c, p3 color, pi day countdown, platform state of the union, portugal, primus, rich turton, rick beato, ryan reynolds, steely dan, steve hackett, steve jobs theater, steve westgate, stomping tom conners, studio display, sun workstation, swift fiddle, swiftui, taqueria los pericos, thunderbolt 4, tommy emanuel, tribute to kings, universal control, unnotification, voiceover, wwdc 2022
This week we fact check Hockey Night in Canada, and compare the new iPad Air to the iPad Pro, review masked Face ID, and debate whether the Apple Studio Display is a good deal. Apple announces WWDC 2022 starting June 6. We share our opinions on the online version of WWDC. Apple is apparently testing nine M2 based Macs and may introduce a new MacBook Air at WWDC. Apple’s new A16 chip only included with higher-end iPhone 14 Pro models, base model iPhone 14 uses same chip as iPhone 13. Has the time come to rent iPhones? Apple finally lets ‘reader’ link to their own sites. 'if let' gets new syntax in Swift 5.6. Picks: RWDevCon 2017 Inspiration Talk: I’m an Idiot by Richard Turton, Remember when Apple built a Mac OS running on top of Solaris and HP-UX? Seriously. It happened, Cybersecurity and Skin Care, Improving Accessibility: VoiceOver, Swift Fiddle, Live, Laugh, Delete Derived Data, Awesome Swift, 40+ iOS 15.4 changes and features!
Episode 343: iPhone... It's A Good Thing
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.
Episode 334: James Thomson
August 21st, 2021 | 47 mins 54 secs
3d graphics, 42, apple, arkit, arthur dent, bbedit, carbon, catalyst, codewarrior, dice, dock, douglas adams, drag thing, ebay, fetch, flint center, floppy, frontier, hitchhiker’s guide, imac, incomparable, infomac, jason snell, jeff minter, kagi, lego galaxy explorer, lidar, mac mac dev, mac os x, mike hurley, objective-c, pcalc, rising tide, steve jobs, swift, swiftui, system 6, terry prachett, think pascal, tidbits, total party kill, wwdc
James Thomson joins us to talk about developing apps for Apple platforms. James is the creator of PCalc - the official calculator app of MTJC, Drag Thing and his latest app Dice by PCalc. James has been successfully writing apps longer than the iMac has been a thing, worked for Apple, had Douglas Adams beta test his apps, and has been a successful indie developer since the early 90's.
Episode 329: Best of MTJC: WWDC 2020 Goes to Eleven!
June 3rd, 2021 | 1 hr 52 mins
148, 23 million, @state, a12x, airpods pro, alexsis, app clips, app library, apple park, apple silicon, aquafit, arm, arther c lark, avimov’s foundation, avkit, bartender 3, big sur, bixby creek bridge, bmw 5 series, canada, centripetal force, collectionviews, composable collectionview, congestion zones, contact tracing, covid-sheild, cycling routes, dancing, deququeconfiguredreusablecell, diffable data source, documentgroup, fitness, glances, green zones, grids, have i been p’owned, health & safety, homekit, interstate, ios 14, ipados, ireland, james dempsey and the breakpoints, justin trudeau, kayak, keynote, kicstart, kubaku, list, lycra, mac catalyst, mac os x public beta, macworld, mapview, memoji, micheal morecock, multiplatform template, myth adventures, newton, nike run club, on device, ottawa, picture in picture, port key, poul anderson, relativity, release notes happy hour, robert a heinlien, robert asprin, robot’s of dawn, santa cruz, sceneview, scribble, serenity caldwell, settings, seybold, shopify, sidebar, sign in with apple, siri, smart stack, spacial audio, spinal tap, spriteview, state highway, super power charging, swiftui, tesla, translation, u1 chip, uicollectionviewlist, uk, visual editing, voices that matter, watch party, watchos, web authn, what’s new in swiftui, widgets, windowgroup api, wwdc 2020, wwdc20 goes to 11, xcode 12
A re-run of our WWDC 2020 show. We follow up on iPad Pro shooting location, James Bond and centrifugal force, and macOS BS? A team of Shopify volunteers release Canada's COVID case-tracking app. ARM-based Japanese supercomputer is now the fastest in the world. We recap the WWDC 2020 Keynote, Platform State of the Union and a few WWDC sessions. Picks: Up Here in Canada, What’s new in SwiftUI for iOS 14, Apple documentation for SwiftUI with SpriteKit, SceneKit, AVKit and MapKit.
Episode 328: Best of MTJC: WWDC 2019 LIVE from the Podcast Studio
May 30th, 2021 | 48 mins 35 secs
@binding, altconf, arkit 3, callbacks, carthage, classkit, closures, coacopods, collectionview, combine, declarative, diffable, domain specific language, flutter, force touch, homeviewcontroller, interface builder, ipados, ipod touch, john gruber, kvo, llvm, macintosh manual, minecraft, moon boots, nsnotifinaction, objective c, ocr, oslog, pixar, platform unification, reality composer, ricky mondello, schoolbook, sfsymbols, sign in with apple, smalltalk, swift evolution, swift package manager, swift playground, swiftui, testflight feedback, toplogy eyewear, transporter, tryswift, ulysses, voice dream language, watch, winston chen
A re-roll of our WWDC 2019 episode - We are joined by Alexis Gallagher and Ricky de Laveaga in the Podcast Studio at WWDC 2019 McEnery Convention Center. Recorded at 11 am Friday June 7, 2019. We fact check on Bobby Orr and the approximate number of active iOS developers. #askMTJC has Namrata Bandekar responding to joining start ups, as well the pronunciation of Dave Verwer IRL. We discuss our impressions of WWDC 2019 — SwiftUI, declarative programing, Combine framework, ARKit 3, Reality Composer, Swift Playgrounds 3, Swift Package Manager, stand alone Watch apps, iPadOS, TestFlight Feedback, Transporter, and Sign In With Apple. Picks: Performance, Pencil Support, Optimizing File Storage, DataFlow for SwiftUI, Combine in Practice, Sign In With Apple, Voice Dream Scanner, ClassKit, What's New In Swift, try! Swift, AltConf.
Episode 325: Live With the Pain
April 3rd, 2021 | 1 hr 26 mins
1password, @appstorage, apple card, apple one, apple silicon, apple watch, arkit, astrazenica, charles proxy, clubhouse, collectionview list, credit, dhh, face mask, free-for.dev, goldman sacks, hudson, interac, ios 14.5 beta 6, ipad pro, iphone, jenkins, macbook pro 16, many moons, mashable, mwt, open source, oracle, oscars, oura ring, paul hudson, pfizer, protocols, siri, size classes, steven curtis, studeapp, swiftui, ted lasso, tracking, watch party, webex, wwdc21, xcode, xcode-tips
We're on Clubhouse as MTJC iOS Development and we follow up on our two Clubhouse events. We follow up with 5 iPhone Hacks like unlocking your iPhone with a face mask. The Apple Card doesn’t actually discriminate against women, investigators say. Apple-funded Stanford study concludes Apple Watch can be used to measure frailty. Apple won’t give Siri a female-sounding voice by default anymore. Nobody designs for small iPhone devices anymore. WWDC21 date has been set and we discuss what we'd like to see. Picks: Free for developers, Xcode tips repo, Updated iOS App Dev Tutorials, Protocol Oriented Programming with Swift 5, CustomStringConvertible, SwiftUI by Tutorials 3rd Edition.