In-depth conversations about Swift and software development in general, hosted by John Sundell.
102: “WWDC21, two months later”, with special guest Jordan Morgan
Jordan Morgan returns to the show to discuss some of the key new APIs and frameworks that were announced at WWDC21, and how they can be integrated into the apps that we build, now that about two months have passed since the conference took place.
101: “Cross-platform SwiftUI”, with special guest Malin Sundberg
Malin Sundberg joins John to talk about her experiences of using SwiftUI to build and ship the time-tracking and invoicing app Orbit on most of Apple’s platforms, and what sort of things that can be good to keep in mind when using SwiftUI in a cross-platform context.
100: “A tower of capabilities”, with special guest Chris Lattner
Chris Lattner returns to the show to discuss Swift’s new concurrency features, the ongoing evolution of the language, and the importance of both language and API design. This, and much more, on this special 100th episode of the show.
99: “Structured concurrency”, with special guest Doug Gregor
Doug Gregor from Apple joins John to discuss Swift 5.5’s new concurrency features in great detail. How do features like async/await and actors work under the hood, and how were those concepts adapted in order to feel right at home within Swift’s existing ecosystem? That, and much more, on this WWDC21 special episode of the show.
98: “An entire spectrum of apps”, with special guest Sean Allen
Sean Allen returns to the show to talk about using the MVVM design pattern within SwiftUI-based apps, building a course around MapKit and CloudKit, how to approach all of the new material that WWDC has to offer, and what goes into making a really great developer portfolio.
97: “Anything can happen during WWDC”, with special guest Ish ShaBazz
Ish ShaBazz returns to the show for a special pre-WWDC episode about what new APIs and developer tools that Apple might announce at this year’s edition of the conference. What’s in store for Swift and SwiftPM, how might UIKit and SwiftUI continue to evolve, and will this be the year when we’ll finally see Apple’s new AR/VR platform?