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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.
In this episode, Leo invites Graham Lee, Senior Research Software Engineer at the University of Oxford, who's been writing Objective-C for over 20 years and brings his experience to talk about what Swift developers should know about Objective-C and how the language works.
In this episode, Leo chats with Peter Friese about everything Firebase. We talk the variety of services, how to query Firestore properly, doing security right, ananymous authentication, SwiftUI, GCP and Swift, and more...
In this episode, Leo is joined by Shai Mishali to chat about the new Ray Wenderlich he collaborated on: Expert Swift. They deep dive into topics like Codable, Objective-C Interop, and API Design.
In this episode, Leo chats with Daniel Jalkut again. They cover the September Apple Event, SwiftUI on the Mac, migrating from Objective-C, AppleScript vs Shortcuts and more.
In this episode, Leo chats with Ellen Shapiro of Apollo GraphQL about DocC how to get started, how to do Tutorials and Articles, where it falls short, and what open-sourcing might mean. Also there was an Apple event or something?
Leo chats with Andy Boedo of RevenueCat about the current changes coming to StoreKit 2 as well as the how court decisions will change the way developers interact with the App Store and deal with In-App Purchases.
In this episode, Leo is joined by returning guest Ariel Mitcheli from AppFigures to talk about what's new in App Store Optimization this year as well as how we can learn from our competitors when trying to get our app found on the App Store.
In the second part of this interview, Leo and Stewart talk about re-learning stuff, iOS 15 challenges, finding the content for you, WWDC videos, and whether you should spend money on courses.
In this episode, Leo chats with Youtuber and Educator Stewart Lynch about his journey learning and teaching Swift and what's he sees are the best ways to learn a new API.
What is an "EmpowerApps"? Where did come from? Where is it going? How do you pronounce "knowledgable"? Check this episode out!
In this episode, Leo and guest Donny Wals talk about their experience going on their own and starting their own businesses.
In this episode, Leo talks with Marin Todorov about all the new updates with Async/Await, AsyncSequence, AsyncStream as well as Combine. We also talk about a certain project Marin worked on at Apple.
In this episode, Leo chats with Mikaela Caron about their favorite app ideas for day one release of iOS 15 as well as how Mikaela went from manufacturing engineering to a profession iOS developer.
In this episode, Leo talks with Zach Brass about localization, internationalization and making sure your app reaches a global audience. We also talk about all the new additions to localization from WWDC 2021 like AttributedString.
In this episode, Leo is joined once again by Steve Lipton of LinkedIn Learning and MakeAppPie about the future of Swift Playgrounds.
In this episode, Leo is joined by Adam Shaw, developer at Bonobo Labs and Moleskine Studio. We talk about iPadOS 15 and developing apps for the iPad in 2021: Supporting multiple sizes, Apple Pencil, Pointer and Keyboards; as well as differences with the Mac and iPhone and issues with the iPad app market.
In this episode, Leo is joined by Gio Lodi, author of Test-Driven Development in Swift with SwiftUI and Combine. We talk about how to do TDD with Swift but also SwiftUI and Combine as well as the new features revealed at WWDC 2021 like Async/Await, Xcode Cloud, expected failures, and test repetitions.
In this episode, Leo is joined by Peter Witham to discuss the Platforms State of the Union: Xcode Cloud, Async/Await & Actors, Building Apps on the iPad, Focus & DND, ScreenTime API, Shareplay API and more...
In this episode, Leo talks with John Holtz, lead maintainer of Fastlane. They talk about integrating Fastlane, advanced features in Fastlane, and what devs should know about it.
In this episode, Leo talks with Adam Fowler the lead developer of SOTO, the leading Swift library for Amazon Web Services on the Server. We talk about using SOTO for S3, DynamoDB, as well as Cognito. We also discuss the power of AWS Lambdas and Adam's new project Hummingbird.
In this episode, Leo talks with Marcin Krzyżanowski creator of CryptoSwift, Swift Studio and the Online Swift Playground about Cryptography and WWDC 2021.
In this episode, Leo talks with John Wilker organizer of 360 Conferences including 360iDev. We talk about organizing conferences amidst the pandemic and transitioning back to in-person conferences. We also give our take on the upcoming WWDC 2021.
In this episode, Leo talks with Tim Mitra about his latest project using Core Data, CloudKit and SwiftUI. We also chat about podcasting and more.
In this episode, Leo chats with Christian Selig creator of Apollo about his process and the challenges with developing an app based around a third-party API like Reddit... also we talk about 🥫 spaghetti sauce🍝 and new Coke🥤
In this episode, Leo talks with Kyle Lee otherwise known as Kilo Loco about AWS Amplify and how it helps iOS developers setup their full-stack application.
In this episode, Leo talks with Jared Sorge of Xcoders about how they automate some of the components of their Xcode build and the tools they use.
In this episode, Leo talks with Kim Arnett about her interviewing and hiring experiences and what she's learned to improve the process for the candidate and the company as well.
In this episode, Leo talks with Tammy Coron of Just Write Code about her new book Apple Game Frameworks and Technologies. We cover SpriteKit, SceneKit, Unity as well how Tammy stays organized with all her game dev, writing, and public speaking projects.
In this episode, Leo talks with Vincent Pradeilles about the new async and await features coming to Swift. Leo and Vincent get into the challenges adopting it and the design around as well as how it helps to help with building multi-threaded asynchronous applications.