In-depth conversations about Swift and software development in general, hosted by John Sundell.
120: “Freelancing and WWDC22 highlights”, with special guest Donny Wals
Donny Wals returns to the show to talk about being an iOS developer freelancer, and to discuss some of the key new APIs, Swift language features, and frameworks that were introduced at WWDC22.
119: “The role of system design”, with special guest Gui Rambo
Gui Rambo returns to the show to talk about the role and importance of system design when building apps and open source tools, and how common app architectures and design patterns can be augmented with custom systems.
118: “What’s new in SwiftUI in iOS 16?”, with special guest Natalia Panferova
Natalia Panferova joins John to discuss some of the key new features that are coming to SwiftUI and UIKit in iOS 16, and to talk about her experience working on SwiftUI at Apple.
117: “Swift 5.7, generics, and the road to Swift 6”, with special guest Ben Cohen
Ben Cohen, manager of the Swift team at Apple, joins John on this WWDC22 special to discuss Swift 5.7, how generics have been made more powerful and easy to use, and how the language is expected to evolve towards Swift 6.
116: “The evolution of SwiftUI”, with special guest Chris Eidhof
Chris Eidhof returns to the podcast to talk about how SwiftUI has evolved since its initial release, to share several key learnings from using it over the past few years, and to discuss concepts like app architecture and state management.
115: “A framework and an app”, with special guest Simon Støvring
Simon Støvring returns to the show to talk about how he built his new text editor Runestone, how to effectively manage an app’s settings, performance tuning, and implementing an app’s core logic as a stand-alone framework.
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