Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 78 in total
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.
In this episode, Leo talks with Steve Lipton of MakeAppPie about how to maintain your staff’s skill level when it comes to iOS Development and Swift.
In this episode, Leo Dion talks with Gui Rambo about how current apps could be built while taking into account possible future hardware from Apple. They also talk about apps for developers such as Gui's WWDC App, Apple's Developer App and CocoaHub.
In this quick video, Leo goes over his thoughts on 2020 and what the future holds for SwiftUI.
In this episode, Leo talks with Peter Witham of the CompileSwift podcast about managing iOS development teams and dealing with new technologies.
In this episode we talk with Paul J Schmidt of Uno Deuce Multimedia about the iPhone 11 and the Mac lineup and how it affects his business and others especially in the area of multimedia production.
In this episode we talk with Jeff Gamet from Smile about how to get how to get your message to media, bloggers, and podcasters about your app.
In this episode we talk with Ariel Michaeli of App Figures about integrating App Store Optimization with the marketing and development process of building an app.
In this episode we talk with John Knox about Business of Software conference, hiring an iOS developer, and getting hired as an iOS developer.
In this episode we talk with Kyle Newsome about continuous integration with iOS and other Apple platforms development.
In this episode we talk with Abbey Jackson about how to improve testing and reliability with modularizing your iOS applications in Xcode.
In this special episode, Leo talks briefly about the September event this year: specifically what does Apple Arcade and Apple TV+ mean for the app business, can the iPad be a serious laptop competitor, iPhone is now a "professional" camera, the continued improvements to the Apple Watch and its battery, and lastly the maturity of the smartphone and it's affect on the app business.
In this episode we talk with Manton Reece about his experience developing micro.blog for multiple Apple platforms as well as building his audience, monetization, other aspects of building an app.
In this episode we talk with Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Software about what’s new in Mac Development post-WWDC 2019.
In this episode we talk with Jason Anderson about Swift UI and reactive Swift post-WWDC 2019.