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Luis Ascorbe, organizer of NSSpain, talks about the 10th year of the conference and going back in person after two years. We also talk more about the advances in SwiftUI this year from WWDC and especially the new NavigationStack API.
Danijela Vrzan, iOS developer at Gamesys and author at Ray Wenderlich, comes on the podcast to talk about the importance of meeting with people 1-on-1 and about her experience meeting with folks at WWDC this year.
Mikaela Caron is back and this time we are discussing the backend options iOS developers have and how to make those decisions as well as the exciting post-WWDC news regarding apps which use iCloud and CloudKit.
Rudrank Riyam joins the show to talk about how to be a more productive developer and be faster at what you do. We also chat about the improvements made in Xcode 14 and how that affects your developer productivity.
Evan Stone of iOS Dev Break joins the podcast to talk about all the new stuff in SwiftUI and UIKit from this year's WWDC 2022. He also talks about Swift Remote Studio and his experience from start to finish.
Peter comes on for his semi-annual appearance to chat about WWDC 2022 and the Platforms State of the Union. We chat about Xcode Cloud, SwiftUI, Server APIs, new Swift languages features and more. Be sure to listen to our chat on the Keynote at CompileSwift for the first part of this discussion.
Majid Jabrayilov comes back on to talk about the idea of Microapps Architecture and how it works to help make your app more manageable for testing and building... also some WWDC 2022 talk of course.
Leo talks with Sarah Gretter, Director of the Apple Developer Academy - MSU Detroit about what the Apple Developer Academy does and how it prepares students for the real world of iOS app development.
Mohammad Azam (aka @azamsharp) to talk about creating a cross-platform app using Server-Driven UI: what it is, where it makes sense to use it, and how to get started with a new app or migrating an old one.
Dominik Hauser of Xcode.tips comes on to talk about the development tool we all use Xcode and the gives us a few tips on how to improve our use of it.
Leo is joined by Marco Eidinger, Swift iOS SDK architect at SAP. We talk about some of the challenges and tips for working with Swift Package Manager in Xcode and with SwiftUI.
In this episode, Leo is joined by Philipp Hofmann from sentry.io to talk about error, bug and performance tracking in your app and how to respond to your customers' issues.
In the latest episode, Leo is joined by Matt Braun, developer of SketchParty TV, an app for the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. We talk about the exciting news from the March 2022 Apple Event and what Leo may have purchased. We also discuss Matt's experience building an app for the Apple TV.
In this last Indie Dev episode of 2022, Leo is joined by David Barnard, developer advocate at RevenueCat, podcast host of SubClubHQ, and founder of Contrast about his experience with different app markets and the future of the App Store.
In the fourth episode of our series on indie development, we chatted with Jordan Morgan about building and selling SpendStack as well as his new book series "A Best-in-Class iOS App".
In the third episode of our series on indie development, we chat with Michael Tigas, indie dev behind Focused Work and Ochi.
In the second episode of our series on indie development, we chat with Mustafa Yusuf, indie dev behind Tasks.
In the first episode of our series on indie development, we chat with Charlie Chapman, indie dev behind Dark Noise and host of Launched.fm.
Peter Witham joins the show nearly 6 months after he was last on to talk about 2021 in the Swift and Apple space. Did WWDC and the new OSes meet expectations? What's the future of iPadOS? Where are the pain points with SwiftUI? What is the future for devs in the space as pressure mounts on Apple from outside governments and court cases?
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.