Code Reviews and Pomodoros – IDB025

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

Episode 025: Code Reviews and Pomodoros

Don’t fear the code review process any longer! Make it work for you and your team! Also: Evan shares a super-simple productivity technique that will help you to improve your productivity in your coding. He also has a wish list item for the App Store… 

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This Episode’s Topics

  • Wish List for the App Store: Wish List
  • Productivity Tip: Pomodoros
  • Embracing code reviews

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Support this Episode’s Sponsor: Hover
The next way you can help is by using the link to our sponsor, Hover! The more support we give them, the more they give to iOS Dev Break! Go to hover.com/iosdevbreak and use the code DEVBREAK to get 10% off your first order!

Become a Supporter on Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. I have greatly simplified the options for support — so much so that there is now only one level: one dollar! If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

Another Facepalm Event – IDB024

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

iOS Dev Break 024: Another Facepalm Event

Find out what’s in store for Fabric… Also, learn how to fix an annoying Xcode problem resulting from downloading iOS 11.4 simulators.

Would you like to run Swift without Xcode in Terminal? Try the Swift REPL. It’s still a thing.

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This Episode’s Topics

  • News and Current Events: Fabric is going to be deprecated and parts moved into Firebase
  • How to to fix the Xcode 10 simulator not launching 11.4 simulator
  • Swift REPL Lives!

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Support this Episode’s Sponsor: Hover
The next way you can help is by using the link to our sponsor, Hover! The more support we give them, the more they give to iOS Dev Break! Go to hover.com/iosdevbreak and use the code DEVBREAK to get 10% off your first order!

Become a Supporter on Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. I have greatly simplified the options for support — so much so that there is now only one level: one dollar! If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

AutoFill ‘Er Up! – IDB023

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

iOS Dev Break 023: AutoFill ‘Er Up!

In this episode, you’ll find out about the new way to automatically fill-in authentication security codes in iOS 12!

Plus we have a little follow-up about debugging view hierarchies…

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Go to hover.com/iosdevbreak and use the code DEVBREAK to get 10% off your first order!

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This Episode’s Topics

  • Follow Up: Using Debug View Hierarchy
  • News and Current Events

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Support this Episode’s Sponsor: Hover
The next way you can help is by using the link to our sponsor, Hover! The more support we give them, the more they give to iOS Dev Break! Go to hover.com/iosdevbreak and use the code DEVBREAK to get 10% off your first order!

Become a Supporter on Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. I have greatly simplified the options for support — so much so that there is now only one level: one dollar! If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

Debug Your View Hierarchies – IDB022

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

iOS Dev Break 022: Debug Your View Hierarchies

Learn about this very helpful tool that you may have seen lurking in Xcode but haven’t tried yet. Also some interesting news from Paul Hudson and Hacking With Swift!

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This Episode’s Topics

  • Xcode Tip of the Week: Using Debug View Hierarchy
  • News and Current Events

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Three Ways You Can Help

If you would like to help keep iOS Dev Break going, here are three ways in which you can help…

1. Spread the Word
The simplest way is by getting the word out about iOS Dev Break. A tweet about the show in general or about an episode you particularly liked will help spread the word out about iOS Dev Break. Oh, and don’t forget to at-mention the show’s twitter username, @iOSDevBreak, so I’ll know that you helped the show!

2. Become a Supporter on Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. I have greatly simplified the options for support — so much so that there is now only one level: one dollar! If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

3. Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

Back in the Saddle Again – IDB021

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

It is the Summer of WWDC 2018, and we are back! In this episode, we have follow-up from WWDC, news and current events, and a discussion of the current state of Xcode 9 and 10.

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This Episode’s Topics

  • WWDC – What we got, what we didn’t get.
  • Apple is a $1T company
  • MacBook Pro Rollercoaster
  • Problems with Xcode 9 and 10
  • Tip: Downloading Past Versions of Xcode

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1. Spread the Word
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2. Become a Supporter on Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. I have greatly simplified the options for support — so much so that there is now only one level: one dollar! If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

3. Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

Wish List for WWDC 2018 – IDB020

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

iOS Dev Break 020: Wish list for WWDC 2018! Plus some unfinished business…

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This Episode’s Topics

  • Wish List for WWDC 2018
  • If you would like to help support iOS Dev Break and be mentioned on the show, sign up to support us on Patreon at the very simple $1 level!

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Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. I have greatly simplified the options for support — so much so that there is now only one level: one dollar! If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

WWDC 2018 Pre-Game – IDB019

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

iOS Dev Break 019: Get Ready for WWDC — even if you’re not attending!

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This Episode’s Topics

  • WWDC
  • Follow up: Templated apps for clients revisited!

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Spread the Word
The simplest way is by getting the word out about iOS Dev Break. A tweet about the show in general or about an episode you particularly liked will help spread the word out about iOS Dev Break. Oh, and don’t forget to at-mention the show’s twitter username, @iOSDevBreak, so I’ll know that you helped the show!

Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. I have greatly simplified the options for support — so much so that there is now only one level: one dollar! If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

iOS Dev Commute No. 1 – IDB018

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

iOS Dev Break 018: The commute has begun! Time to chat about templated apps, Xcode breakpoints, follow-up, and more!

 

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This Episode’s Topics

  • Apple’s updated guidelines regarding templated apps
  • Editing Breakpoints in Xcode
  • Follow up about Swift Weekly Brief

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Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. There are several levels of support to choose from and any help you can give will be greatly appreciated. If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

Choose Wisely – IDB017

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

This Episode’s Topics

  • Choose wisely! The frameworks we use could render our apps un-transferable!
  • Things to be aware of if you are ever thinking about transferring your app or getting acquired!
  • Natasha the Robot’s awesome newsletter, This Week in Swift, comes to an end.

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Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. There are several levels of support to choose from and any help you can give will be greatly appreciated. If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!

X not X – IDB016

iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.

This Episode’s Topics

  • iPhone X Arrives!
  • Be careful when updating your apps for iPhone X…
  • One thing ends. Another begins.

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Preparing your apps for iPhone X

How You Can Help
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Patreon
Another way is by visiting our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/iosdevbreak. There are several levels of support to choose from and any help you can give will be greatly appreciated. If you’ve already supported the show, I’d like to thank you very much for that and I hope the show and its content continues to live up to your expectations!

Buy an App
If you don’t want to help on a continuous basis, the second way you can assist is by purchasing NineOneOne ~ one-touch emergency dialer. It’s a free app that’s similar in concept to the SOS app on Apple Watch, but this is on the iPhone. It’s customizable so you can configure it to call any number you like, not just 911. This way you can support the show and its host on a one-time basis, and get something in return, or even if you just purchase it and immediately delete it, it still helps us out! So thanks in advance!