Leo is joined by Jordan Morgan of Spend Stack and Buffer. In this episode, they discuss the new changes to the App Store Revenue cut, their 2020 purchases, how to setup Leo's new M1 Mac Book Air, as well as working remotely with little ones at home in 2020.
In this second part of our interview with Antoine van der Lee, we talk about how to upgrade older apps piecemeal, supporting older OSes, as well as bug tracking and logging. Antoine also gets a sneak peak at Leo's talk at NSSpain.
In this episode, Leo talks with Antoine van der Lee of WeTransfer and SwiftLee about maintaining and migrating messy and old projects - how to refactor them, avoiding third party libraries, implementing a style guide, and more. Leo also gives some quick thoughts on this week Mac event with the M1 and let you know the latest in my conference appearances.
In this episode, Leo chats with Paweł Madej, pharmacist turned iOS developer on his learning experience and what pitfalls devs should know about App Store reviews. We talk about what he learned during the submission process of his app CodeConf, as well as the major App Store stories of the year: Hey, Wordpress, xCloud and of course Fortnite.
In this episode, Leo talks with Bas Broek of Contravariance about documentation, how to present it, what tools are out there and more... oh yeah something about the iPhone 12 too
In this episode, Leo talks with Heidi Helen Pilypas about UI Design. We talk communication for developers, iOS 14 updates, Widgets, and SwiftUI.
In this episode, Leo talks with Ben Chatelain about Git. They chat about branching strategies, merging strategies, Xcode headaches, and... using emojis in your commit messages!😱🥳👏
In this episode, Leo talks with Jacob Gorban about being remote and what they've learning over the years being remote such as communication, keeping teams productive, managing iOS development and more.
In this episode, Leo talks with Steve Lipton about the Apple Watch. We go into detail on the September Apple Event, watchOS 7, iOS 14 release, Apple Watch Series 6, and more.
In this episode, Leo talks with Aaron Douglas from Automattic and Ray Wenderlich author on local database storage on iOS. Why you should do it? What the difference between SQLite and Core Data? ... and more
In this episode, Leo talks with Jameson Toole Co-founder / CTO of FritzAI about CoreML and Machine Learning. We talk about the process of introducing ML into your app, the different capabilities of CoreML, as well as the updates which have come out of WWDC 2020.
In this two-part episode, Leo talks with Lucas Derraugh about the future of macOS development. In this second part, we talk about distributing mac apps, Apple Silicon, and the UI changes with Big Sur.
In this two-part episode, Leo talks with Lucas Derraugh about the future of macOS development. In this first part, we talk about why should iOS developers get into Mac development, the difference in iPad vs Mac app markets, SwiftUI vs AppKit, as well as Native vs Electron.
In this episode, Leo talks with Leah Vogel, Mobile Team Lead and iOS developer at OrCam Technologies about the ins and outs of Bluetooth technology: the origins, the terminology, the Core Bluetooth API and more.
In this two part interview, Leo talks with Majid Jabrayilov about SwiftUI one year after its release. In this second part, we talk about the new property wrappers like @StateObject, animations improvements, how to maintain and test your SwiftUI App, as well as migrating your older apps over.
In this two part interview, Leo talks with Majid Jabrayilov about SwiftUI one year after its release. In this first part, we talk about whether it is production ready, all the new updates from WWDC 2020, challenges implmenting SwiftUI, as well as well it works on all platforms.
In this two-part episode Leo talks with Vadim Shpakovski, author of NativeConnect, about WWDC 2020. In this second part, they cover the updates to the Mac, Xcode 12, and Swift 5.3. In the first part, they went over their overall thoughts on this year's format and the updates to iOS 14, watchOS 7, and iPadOS 14.
In this two-part episode Leo talks with Vadim Shpakovski, author of NativeConnect, about WWDC 2020. In the first part, they go over their overall thoughts on this year's format and the updates to iOS 14, watchOS 7, and iPadOS 14. In the next episode, they will cover the updates to the Mac, Xcode 12, and Swift 5.3.
In this episode, Leo goes all the big developments revealed on the first day include iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, macOS 11 Big Sur, and what people need to know about the new Apple Silicon.
In the second part of our interview with Erica Sadun, Leo gets more in-depth on the Swift Argument Parser, how we are using it, setup and parsing complexities, and more.
In this episode, Leo talks with Erica Sadun about the Swift Argument Parser, Graphics Support in Xcode, being a Mac user in general, and more. This is the first part of our discussion and will continue in the next episode.
In the 50th episode, Leo covers what he's been working on and interested in, answers a question from the audience, talks the audience favorite big topics, and then talks about the future of the podcast.
In this episode, Leo talks with Tibor Bödecs about Vapor 4 and his new book Practical Server-Side Swift. We talk about why someone may choose Vapor and the updates made in Vapor 4 from the Database Models and OS Support.
In this episode, Leo talks with Kristaps Grinbergs about alternative backends like GraphQL and WebSockets as well as their upcoming talks at UIKonf.
In this episode, Leo talks with Donny Wals about his new book Practical Combine and how Combine fits with older apps as well as his work at Disney and his process for writing his book.
In this second part episode with Dave Verwer, Leo talks with Dave about Swift Packages, SwiftPM Library (swiftpm.co), and how Dave uses open-source data and pull request for contributing. In the previous episode, we talked about the iOS Developer Survey and iOS Developer Community overall.
In this first part episode Dave Verwer, Leo talks with Dave about the iOS Developer Survey and iOS Developer Community overall. In the next part, we'll be talking about Swift Packages as well as the SwiftPM Library (swiftpm.co).
In the second part of this two part episode, Leo talks again with Peter Witham about the new Apple hardware releases and specifically the new iPad Pro. In the first part we talked about WWDC 2020 and remote work in general.
In the first part of this two part episode, Leo talks again with Peter Witham about WWDC 2020, whether it will happen, how a remote WWDC would work, remote work in general. In the next episode we'll be following up on the March Apple hardware updates.
In this episode, Leo discusses some patterns and practices for keeping your app scalable and easily maintained.
In this episode, Leo talks with Kaya Thomas about how to use notifications in your app and why they are important.
In this episode, Leo talks with Jeff Kelley from Detroit Labs about handing, tracking and test errors and when they can happen.
In this episode, Leo talks with Anne Cahalan about maintaining good code quality, helping your team, automation, and good code reviews.
In this episode, Leo talks with Kim Arnett of Expedia, about the importance of accessibility and how to make it part of your team’s development process.
In this episode, Leo talks with Kevin Scott, Machine Learning expert about how to get started with Machine Learning and what are some applications for machine learning.
In this episode, Leo is joined by Paul Hudson of hackingwithswift.com about how to upgrade your skills and your team’s skills in 2020.
In this episode, Leo talks about what he's learned using SwiftUI, where he sees it's the right fit, where it's not quite ready, and some solutions to common problems people have with it.
In this episode, Leo talks with Tim Condon about Server-Side Swift and the Vapor Web Framework: how it fits into the development of an application now, why you’d choose it, and what it takes to get started.
In this episode, Leo is joined by Alex Bush of Inside iOS Dev podcast to talk about their developer wish list for 2020.