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Weekly podcast discussing the latest updates, tools and events relevant to iOS app developers. I will also have a couple of reoccurring show sections to spread the word on fellow iOS developers doing fun and interesting things. On top of that I am working hard to do interviews with people relevant to iOS app developers. Think peers, teachers, bloggers who will have an open discussion with me so you can see what passion, hard work and a great community can do for your personal work and success.

AppForce1: news and info for iOS app developers Jeroen Leenarts

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Weekly podcast discussing the latest updates, tools and events relevant to iOS app developers. I will also have a couple of reoccurring show sections to spread the word on fellow iOS developers doing fun and interesting things. On top of that I am working hard to do interviews with people relevant to iOS app developers. Think peers, teachers, bloggers who will have an open discussion with me so you can see what passion, hard work and a great community can do for your personal work and success.

    RevenueCat and Josh Holtz

    RevenueCat and Josh Holtz

    I have a talk with Josh Holtz about his work at RevenueCat and what RevenueCat can do for you as an iOS app developer.
    In-App Subscriptions Made EasyThe world's best subscription apps use RevenueCat to power in-app purchases, manage customers, and grow revenue on iOS, Android, and the web.

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    • 34 min.
    Building team boards (in Notion)

    Building team boards (in Notion)

    Right after my vacation it was heads down mode again. At my work, we had a sort of restructuring of the group I am a part of. And this meant a lot of things have changed in how my day to day looks. I now lead developer experience at Stream within Developer Relations. This involved setting up a lot of project related things. From Developer Experience we work very closely with developer advocacy and because of this we chose to set up a shared task board. This way we can easily hand over work or share the workload for specific tasks.
    I already had a lot of podcast work I needed to do last week, so I couldn’t fit a recording session for my regular episode. But, I do have a really cool special episode I did with Josh Holtz from RevenueCat. Keep an eye out for that one later this week. If all goes well, it should be done soon. For reasons I am not sharing yet, I put in some extra effort to the RevenueCat episode. I hope it will be an inspiring episode.
    Let’s dive into this week’s articles.
    Using Measurements from Foundation for values in Swift ChartsEager Grids with SwiftUIFlow Navigation With SwiftUI 4. Implementing the new NavigationStack…Localising a modularised applicationUsing Xcode- Creating Reusable and Shareable Color PalettesExperimenting with Live ActivitiesSupporting universal links in a SwiftUI applicationCommon Swift Task Continuation ProblemCocoaHeadsNL Meetups
    Coding is like riding a bike
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    • 11 min.
    Obsessing over Obsidian

    Obsessing over Obsidian

    Obsidian note taking

    Articles of this week:
    Slicing Environment ObjectGlobal Routing Using Navigation StackAsset Catalog and Dark ModeDelay an async Task in Swift using the new clock APIsBackground tasks in SwiftUIThe Trade-offs of Using Mirror API to do Code Reflection in SwiftHow to create a list with Compositional LayoutCode generation using Swift Package PluginsFirst Experience With Transferable Implementing Drag And Drop In SwiftUIPlease rate me on Apple Podcasts.
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    • 12 min.
    Gabriel Savit, co-founder at Runway after working as iOS developer

    Gabriel Savit, co-founder at Runway after working as iOS developer

    Learn about why Gabriel and his co-founders got started with Runway. He started out as an iOS developer, but things quickly progressed from there.

    Gabriel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GabrielSavit

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    • 46 min.
    Third party dependencies

    Third party dependencies

    Shoutout to Jason Zurita for his article https://jasonzurita.com/the-hidden-cost-of-dependencies/
    What are third party dependencies? Explain the distinction between: 1st party, for iOS devs, anything in the iOS SDK.2nd party dependencies, stuff integration from service provider you rely on. (You could call this a subset of 3rd party dependencies you really can not do without.)3rd party, stuff you integrate because it saves your time or it is convenientRisks with 3rd party code How to find third party dependencies Licensing an the app store GPL is “difficult”An Apache or MIT type license is reasonable If you are unsure, read up a bit on licenses. https://opensource.org/licensesHow to choose to adopt a dependency Just link it won’t doReview the dependency and project health on Github. What quality checks does the project have in place?How does the support by the dev(s) look to you?Would you pay for this feature set if it wasn’t available for free? If yes, WHY ARE YOU NOT SPONSORING THIS PROJECT?How to deal with dependencies in the long run? Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.
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    • 54 min.
    Jeroen Leenarts, podcaster, self published author and CocoaHeadsNL chairman

    Jeroen Leenarts, podcaster, self published author and CocoaHeadsNL chairman

    Wait, what is going on here? Kim Arnett as a host? Interviewing Jeroen? What is going on here? Listen to Kim interview me. Enjoy!

    Have a look at Kim's Twitter @kaydacode and her online shop with many cool stickers and other items!

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