The SwiftUI is Happening. – IDB037

In this episode: Do App Clips have a place in the iOS ecosystem? Can SwiftUI improve productivity? Clicking and dragging got you down? Listen and find out more!

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Transformation Apps Website
Cult of Mac – App Clips and Phoenix 2
Phoenix 2 – Official Site (with App Clip)
Jesse Squires – How to fix the incomprehensible tabs in Xcode 12

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Bye, Bye, Storyboards! – IDB036

In this episode: Migrating away from storyboards, app delegate, and table views. Swift on Windows! IoT with Swift! Also, dealing with Apple’s requirements for review when it comes down to you versus the HIG.

 

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Transformation Apps Website

Introducing Swift on Windows

MadMachine – SwiftIO

RECaf – Effortless Caffeine Tracking

 

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Time Flies. – IDB035

The Apple Event introducing the Apple Watch SE and Series 6 just landed, and with it, iOS 14! Are you ready for it?

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WWDC 2020 Will Mac Your Dreams Come True – IDB034

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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.

WWDC 2020 is starting June 22, and Apple has a very nice surprise for you and your Mac. Also: do you like to dive right into coding when solving a problem? Have you tried sketching it out?

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Socially Distant Dev Break – IDB033

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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.

In this epsisode: Fabric is shutting down—is it time to make the jump to Firebase? Support indie developers during the coronavirus pandemic! WWDC 2020 goes remote?

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The Great Migration – IDB032

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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.

In this episode: The perils of migrating from Swift 2 to Swift 5, plus two excellent picks to help you keep your edge as an iOS developer!

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Nimble Xcode Juggling – IDB031

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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.

Another version of Xcode released? Learn how to wrangle the rapid-fire releases of Apple’s development tools.

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You’re Not Falling Behind. – IDB030

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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.

Feeling like you’re falling behind all the cool kids who are diving into SwiftUI? Fear not! You’re doing just fine.

This Episode’s Topics

  • Follow Up: Squeaky Chair Attack
  • Follow Up: You still need good UX
  • Follow Up: 100 Days of Code by Alexander Kallaway
  • You’re not Falling Behind
  • Incorporating Intelligence to Our Apps

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Brand Experience! – IDB029

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.

What is Brand Experience? Why you should care as an iOS developer? Find out in this week’s episode of iOS Dev Break!

Also: MacBook Pro news, GDPR and CloudKit, a macOS Mojave tip, and a new pick for this week’s show!

This Episode’s Topics

  • What is Brand Experience? Why you should care?
  • Apple Announces a New MacBook Pro!
  • GDPR & CloudKit
  • macOS Tip: Dark Menu Bar on Mojave
  • Show Pick of the Week: WWDC Mac App

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Breaking the Fabric Umbilical Cord – IDB028

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.

In this episode: Nest is dead, long live Google Nest. MongoDB acquires Realm. Breaking the Fabric Umbilical Cord. Plus an experiment in CX, and a pick of the show from App Builders 2019!

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This Episode’s Topics

  • MongoDB acquires Realm
  • Nest is Dead. Google Nest lives.
  • Developer Tools
  • Breaking the Fabric Umbilical Cord
  • Ship it Safe by Gui Rambo at App Builders 2019

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