Connecting Wirelessly with Gui Rambo

Leo is joined again by Gui Rambo, one half of the Stacktrace podcast and developer, about his experience developing AirBuddy, a powerful Mac app for AirPods users. Specifically we talk about the Bluetooth API, Multipeer Connectivity, the Nearby Interaction API as well as our issues with AirPods today.

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Show Notes

  • Dealing with the Menu Bar
  • AirPods Thoughts
  • Lessons learned working on AirBuddy
  • Bluetooth Terminology Lesson
  • Dealing with AirPod Issues as a user
  • How Bluetooth works and differs from Networking
  • How the Nearby Interaction framework works
  • How the Multi-peer Connectivity framework works

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Creators and Guests

Leo Dion
Host
Leo Dion
Swift developer for Apple devices and more; Founder of BrightDigit; husband and father of 6 adorable kids
Guilherme Rambo
Guest
Guilherme Rambo
I know a thing or two about AirPods. App developer, writer, speaker, tinkerer. @airbuddyapp @gigahertz @stacktracepod 🏳️‍🌈

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