iOS Dev Break: 15 minutes of current events, tips, and advice for iOS Developers! Including, but not limited to, discussions of Swift, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development.
15 Minutes a Day
We are back! In this episode, we'll explore some benefits of SwiftUI and see how you can improve your skills in simple ways. Also a productivity tip/pick for helping you create and export all the app icons you need for your app!
The SwiftUI is Happening.
In this episode: Do App Clips have a place in the iOS ecosystem? Can SwiftUI improve productivity? Clicking and dragging got you down? Listen and find out more!
Bye, Bye, Storyboards!
In this episode: Migrating away from storyboards, app delegate, and table views. Swift on Windows! IoT with Swift! Also, dealing with Apple's requirements for review when it comes down to you versus the HIG.
The latest Apple Event and new products for developers. Plus tips for testing on different versions of iOS
WWDC 2020 Will Mac Your Dreams Come True
Preparing for WWDC 2020! Plus productivity tips and cool picks!
Socially Distant Dev Break
Socially Distant WWDC? Plus news and helpful tips!
Wonderfully to the point
This is such an a.d.h.d friendly podcast for iOS dev need. I thoroughly enjoy it during commutes. My only gripe is that I wish there were more.
Off to a great start!
Great start, length of episode makes it a great listen on the way to work. Looking forward to lots of development news, tips, and interviews.
Spammy, low information content
First five minutes was spent talking about a non-iPhone Apple iPhone case, then, surprise, surprise, it turns out he has an Amazon affiliate link for the product in his show notes. Not how I want to be spending my listening time.
I would have less of a problem with it, if the advertising nature of the time spent was disclosed upfront instead of at the end of the spiel, and if it was more on topic than an iPhone case.
If the show needs to be supported somehow (cough get a day job) then it at least needs to be worthy of support. I listened to a bit more and the material (depressingly presented news about some projects shutting down) just wasn’t worth my time.