Displaying episodes 61 - 89 of 89 in total
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.
In this episode we talk with Gary Sabo about the Apple Watch post-WWDC 2019. We talk about Independent Watch Apps, Swift UI and watchOS 6, HealthKit, Fitness apps and more.
In this episode we talk with Joe Cieplinski of Breakpoint Studio and Release Notes about the challenges and benefits companies and freelancers face in a subcontracting relationship.
In this episode we talk with Rob Kerr (@rekerrsive), mobile development consultant, about cross platform developer tools such as Ionic, React Native, Xamarin, Flutter, and others. We compare them with native Swift development and talk about how Swift UI might change that landscape.
In this episode we talk with Joshua Greene and Michael Katz, authors of iOS Test Driven Development by Tutorials. In this episode, we talk about: - Why is test-driven development is important for any dev team? - How is TDD best employed with iOS development - What are some exceptions to test-driven development?
In this episode, we talk with René Cacheaux and Josh Berlin, authors of Advanced iOS App Architecture. In this episode, we talk about: how a company can foster healthy iOS Architectures with their iOS developers and what makes good architectures.
In this episode, we talk with Paul J Schmidt, Creative Video Strategist for Uno Deuce Multimedia. In this episode, we talk about: - Apple’s positioning in the streaming market, - Get started with Video using iPhones, iPads, and Macs - Running a video production company
In this episode we talk with Alex Bush (@alex_v_bush), Author of @iosinterviewgd and co-host of @insideiosdev. Alex talks about the process of interviewing potential iOS developers, what are some questions employers should ask, and what makes an iOS developer different from other developer positions.
In this episode, we talk with Jaim Zuber of Sharp Five Software of what companies should know when hiring an outside contract developer.
In this episode, Leo goes over some of the apps for the Mac, iPad, and iPhone which are used to create, organize or manage for businesses. These include apps for creating video and audio work, managing your social media on the go, dealing with accounting and financials, scheduling meetings and managing communication.
With the possibility of new iPad apps out in March, Leo talks about the status of business and professional apps on the iPad. How has it expanded? What are its limitation both in development and monetization? What are some ways to deliver professional and business applications for the iPad?
In this episode, Leo talks different backend technologies to use when building an iOS app or any other Apple device: when you need a cloud service, running on your own server, cloudkit, firebase, and more...
In this episode, Leo talks about the current state of Apple in 2019 and how it affects businesses and developers: the slow down in smartphone sales, the future for macs, services and business, the cloud and developers, and more...
In this episode, Leo and Theresa talk about how the process of going from a customer's idea to a proposal happens. These also include: what features to consider, how much involvement might be needed to get a proposal, budgets, timelines and more...
In this episode, Leo and Theresa talk about the new Apple Watch Series 4. How useful are the new health features? What complications will be useful on the new display? How should apps be updated on the new watch? What kind of industries should think about having an app on the watch? What's the future of other smart watches?
In this episode, Leo and Theresa talk about the new iPhones for 2018: the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr. Whether it's worth getting the Xs? Is the Xs Max too big or just right? How does the Xr fit in the market? How can developers utilize these new phones? What updates should be coming to apps in machine learning, photography, and screen layout?
There are rumors this year of new Mac Minis and a budget MacBook (i.e. MacBook Air replacement). What do people use Mac Minis for? What could be the reasoning behind Apple making new models? What is the use case for a new budget MacBook? How will new budget MacBooks compete with iPads?
In this episode, Leo and Theresa discuss what the Apple September event might be about based on the current rumors. - Why are people so interested in larger phones? - Is this the first Apple event with no new Home Button iPhones? - How does a more affordable large phone compete with Android? - How is Apple giving us more display and less bezel on the iPhone, iPad, and the Apple Watch?
In this episode, we talk about WWDC 2018 and what it means for the technology industry and businesses. We talk iOS 12, Mojave, and dessert.