326 episodes

MTJC podcast is a show about mobile development. Each week Jaime Lopez, Mark Rubin (sometimes Greg Heo and Tammy Coron) and myself, Tim Mitra, will convene from across the continent to discuss iOS and Mac development. We discuss current issues to find out what developers are talking about, what their apps are about, what they are using to create their apps and what advice they have for other developers (or those looking to become one). We also have news, notes and tech tips for developers.

More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice Tim Mitra, Jaime Lopez Jr, Mark Rubin

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    • 4.8 • 30 Ratings

MTJC podcast is a show about mobile development. Each week Jaime Lopez, Mark Rubin (sometimes Greg Heo and Tammy Coron) and myself, Tim Mitra, will convene from across the continent to discuss iOS and Mac development. We discuss current issues to find out what developers are talking about, what their apps are about, what they are using to create their apps and what advice they have for other developers (or those looking to become one). We also have news, notes and tech tips for developers.

    Live With the Pain

    Live With the Pain

    We're on Clubhouse as MTJC iOS Development and we follow up on our two Clubhouse events. We follow up with 5 iPhone Hacks like unlocking your iPhone with a face mask. The Apple Card doesn’t actually discriminate against women, investigators say. Apple-funded Stanford study concludes Apple Watch can be used to measure frailty. Apple won’t give Siri a female-sounding voice by default anymore. Nobody designs for small iPhone devices anymore. WWDC21 date has been set and we discuss what we'd like to see. Picks: Free for developers, Xcode tips repo, Updated iOS App Dev Tutorials, Protocol Oriented Programming with Swift 5, CustomStringConvertible, SwiftUI by Tutorials 3rd Edition.
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    Jenkins (software) - Wikipedia5 game-changing iPhone hacks for 2021The Apple Card doesn’t actually discriminate against women, investigators say - The VergeApple-funded Stanford study concludes Apple Watch can be used to measure frailty | Ars TechnicaApple won’t give Siri a female-sounding voice by default anymore - The VergeNobody designs for small iPhone devices anymore – Law GimenezWWDC21 - Apple DeveloperXcode Tips 💡 | The more you know… 😎iOS App Dev Tutorials | Apple Developer DocumentationSwift 5: Protocol-Oriented ProgrammingUsing Swift’s CustomStringConvertible - YouTubeCreate Your Own Backend for Swift using Charles - YouTubeSwiftUI by Tutorials - 3rd Edition | raywenderlich.comOura Ring: Accurate Health Information Accessible to Everyone

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Core Data with CloudKit in SwiftUI

    Core Data with CloudKit in SwiftUI

    We dig in with iOS 14.4 patching vulnerabilities. M1-Based Macs Have New Startup Modes. Mark gives us his M1Mini first impressions. Apple increases the DTK credit. MagSafe for iPhone is reviewed. Sorry, small-phone lovers: The iPhone 12 mini was Apple’s 2020 sales flop. Core Data with CloudKit in SwiftUI. Apple Card and Apple Cash Trademarks Approved in Canada. MTJC and Spockcast are now on Amazon Music. Unlocking iPhones While Wearing a Face Mask. What’s new in Swift 5.4? How 7 iOS Apps Could Save You 500MB of Storage. The Diminishing Utility of MFMailComposeViewController. Picks: SwiftUI keyboard avoidance, iOS Dev Happy Hour - Feb 20, GitHub - conwnet/github1s: One second to read GitHub code with VS Code.


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    iOS 14.4 Patches Vulnerabilities That May Have Been Actively Exploited - MacRumorsM1-Based Macs Have New Startup Modes: Here’s What You Need to Know – At Your ServerApple increases DTK credit following developer outcry | iMoreSorry, small-phone lovers: The iPhone 12 mini was Apple’s 2020 sales flop | Ars TechnicaCore Data and SwiftUI 2.0 - Saving, retrieving, updating and deleting persistent data | BLCKBIRDSGetting Started with Core Data and CloudKit | raywenderlich.comApple Card and Apple Cash Trademarks Approved in Canada | iPhone in Canada BlogMore Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and adviceUnlocking iPhones While Wearing a Face Mask: Now Easier, If You Have iOS 14.5—and an Apple Watch - WSJWhat’s new in Swift 5.4? – Hacking with SwiftHow 7 iOS Apps Could Save You 500MB of Storage | by Noah Martin | The Startup | Jan, 2021 | MediumThe Diminishing Utility of MFMailComposeViewController | Stuart BreckenridgeSwiftUI keyboard avoidance | Five StarsSwiftUI Jam - A weekend code jam to stretch your skills | MeetupiOS Dev Happy Hour: Sponsored by Realm Tickets, Sat, Feb 20, 2021 at 1:00 PM | Eventbriteconwnet/github1s: One second to read GitHub code with VS Code.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Await Silicon MagSafe

    Await Silicon MagSafe

    We fact check iPad storage and WWDC security. Follow up tackles App Library, and CarPlay wireless receivers. We discuss publishing Mac apps inside and outside the Mac App Store. Experimenting with Swift async and await pattern using Xcode. Uber’s near disaster jumping onto Swift in the early days (spoilers, without doing due diligence.) MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Pro, and iPhone Rumors, Best of CES 2021. Picks: Linux on M1, Tips and Tricks to Set Up Your Apple M1 for Development, KFC Mascot Col. Sanders Talks Malbolge Programming on General Hospital, SwiftUI Jam, iOS Dev Happy Hour, MacEffects Custom CLEAR Case for Apple Macintosh Mac SE & SE/30.


    Join our MTJC group on Clubhouse.
    Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice
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    Age Range by Generation | Beresford ResearchOverwhelmed by Apps? Use iOS 14’s App Library to Manage Your Home Screens – At Your ServerPioneer announces modular receiver to bring wireless CarPlay to more vehicles - 9to5MacDistributing Mac apps outside the App Store, a quick start guide | Rambo CodesSideloading iPad & iPhone apps is back on Apple Silicon Macs, but probably not for long | AppleInsider[Accepted with Modification] SE-0296: async/await - Evolution / Announcements - Swift ForumsExperimenting with Swift async and await pattern using XcodeA readable Thread by @StanTwinB Says Alright folks, gather round and let me - UnrollThread.comTop Stories: MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Pro, and iPhone Rumors, Best of CES 2021 - MacRumors2021 MacBook Pro will ditch the Touch Bar and bring back MagSafe, say reports - The VergeLinux is now 'fully usable' on Apple Silicon M1 Macs | AppleInsiderGitHub - corellium/linux-m1: Linux kernel source treeTips and Tricks to Set Up Your Apple M1 for Development | CourierKFC Mascot Col. Sanders Talks Malbolge Programming on General Hospital—Wait, What? - esoteric.codesSwiftUI JamiOS Dev Happy Hour Tickets, Sat, Jan 23, 2021 at 1:30 PM | EventbriteMacEffectsBuy me a coffee - tip jar

    • 1 hr 18 min
    2020 Hindsight

    2020 Hindsight

    We follow up on the iPhone X ship date and whether B&O has a less expensive headphone than the Air Pods Max. Developers are already seeing the benefits of the App Store Small Business program. Apple Car could be coming in 2025. The Xbox Series X controller seems to be incompatible with Mac and iOS devices. We take a look back on 2020 and the Apple news; Apple One, Air Pods Max, Epic lawsuit, Apple Silicon, SwiftUI apps, LiDAR, App Library, Widgets, Applets, Sidebar, Scribble, Tracking, Big Sur, WWDC Online, iPhone 12 series, and more. Picks: Apple Watch leak offers rare glimpse inside ‘Ultra security program’, Hazel, SwiftUI Layout Explained, Apple Game Frameworks and Technologies, Apple updated SwiftUI tutorials.


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    Developers report Apple is already charging lower commission on App Store sales - 9to5MacApple Car coming 2025 at the earliest, says Kuo | iMoreMicrosoft and Apple working on Xbox Series X controller support for iPhones and iPads - The VergeApple One - AppleAirPods Max - AppleEpic Games v. Apple - WikipediaApple Silicon | Apple Developer DocumentationiOS 14 - AppleiPadOS 14 - AppleTom Morello on Twitter: "https://t.co/a2Gj4FZzYb" / TwitterOverwhelmed by Apps? Use iOS 14’s App Library to Manage Your Home Screens – At Your ServerHazel – Noodlesoft – Simply Useful Software

    • 1 hr 43 min
    Generate Memberwise Initializer

    Generate Memberwise Initializer

    We fact check M1 RAM, and Photoshop on Rosetta2. AskMTJC brings us Story of third Apple founder, Maple spirits, and CloudKit on NSPersistentCloudKitContainer. Use Amazon EC2 Mac Instances to Build & Test macOS, iOS, ipadOS, tvOS, and watchOS Apps. Apple Fitness Plus will launch on December 14th. Family Setup on Apple Watch is coming to Canada. Xcode 12.3 RC available. iPhone zero-click Wi-Fi exploit is one of the most breathtaking hacks ever. Apple announces $549 AirPods Max noise-canceling headphones, coming December 15th. No U1 chip in AirPods Max. More Apple Silicon leaks. Picks: Fastlane for App Screenshots, James Dempsey made Swift Version for quick reference, 9 Xcode Tips by Paul Hudson, Quick Tip: Enable Touch ID for sudo, Elago Classic Mac Apple Watch charging stands. After Show: App development as Lego.
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    Learn about compatibility between Photoshop, Apple Silicon, and Big Sur | macOS 11Paul Johnson on Twitter: "@mtjc_podcast The Incredible story of the forgotten THIRD of Apple in this uplifting new doc. film: https://t.co/esLFQyPUiJ" / TwitterMaple SpiritJeff ⚡️👨🏻‍💻 on Twitter: "If any #iosdev folks could point me to a tutorial or example of how to implement #CloudKit sharing on top of NSPersistentCloudKitContainer I would really appreciate it! #CoreData #askMTJC" / TwitterNew – Use Amazon EC2 Mac Instances to Build & Test macOS, iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS Apps | AWS News BlogApple Fitness Plus will launch on December 14th - The VergeFamily Setup on Apple Watch is coming to Canada - Apple (CA)iPhone zero-click Wi-Fi exploit is one of the most breathtaking hacks ever | Ars TechnicaApple announces $549 AirPods Max noise-canceling headphones, coming December 15th - The VergeThere's no U1 ultra wideband chip in Apple's AirPods Max16-Core MacBook, 32-Core iMac, 128-Core Mac Pro?! — Reacting to MASSIVE Leak Bombs! - YouTubeApple preps next Mac chips with aim to outclass highest-end PCssnapshot - fastlane docsframeit - fastlane docsSwift VersionPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #9: Xcode has great code completion built right in, but sometimes as you scroll through the options you might find the names are too long to fit. Fortunately, you can just grab the edge of the autocomplete popup and drag it as wide as you want! https://t.co/Xu93RhcYlJ" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #8: If you frequently move from Xcode to the simulator, tile them side by side. With the simulator active, go to the Window menu and choose Tile Window To Right Of Screen, then select Xcode on the left. You can adjust the split so the simulator sits snugly on the right. https://t.co/GK9TzBvj4N" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #7: This is the simplest tip I know, but it will save you time if you don’t already know it. Whenever you see Automatic Preview Updating Paused in your SwiftUI canvas, press Opt+Cmd+P to resume previewing. Alternatively, use Opt+Cmd+Return to hide the canvas completely. https://t.co/TpIQekU66W" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #6: When you search using Xcode’s find navigator, you can click to view individual results and make any changes you want. But when you’re done, I recommend you hit Backspace to remove the search item from the results, so you can see which results you have left to check. https://t.co/FNapVw8MLY" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #5: If you have a Swift file with many errors, you can use Xcode’s fix-its to try to correct them one by one. But a faster way is to go to the Editor menu and choose Fix All Issues to apply fix-its all at once. (Make sure and double-check which changes were made!) https://t.co/YZhp0Spj2Z" / TwitterPaul Hudson on Twitter: "Xcode tip #4: Xcode can check if your spelling is correct, and it even understands that camelCaseNames sho

    • 1 hr 15 min
    A Lead Pipe to the Kneecaps

    A Lead Pipe to the Kneecaps

    We discuss the update design resources for Big Sur and iOS 14. We dissect the App Store Small Business Program. Now that M1 Macs are in the wild we debate the differences and performance. How to reinstall macOS on M1. Redesigned MacBooks With Apple Silicon to Launch in Second Half of 2021. Picks: BizHUB Pro USB-C Multiport Professional Adapter, UltraHUB - USB-C Multiport HDMI Macbook Pro Adapter, 6 in 1 USB-C Macbook Pro Adapter, Life-Line USB-C Cable Combo, Check M1 compatibility for all your Mac apps with this free open source tool, Is Apple Silicon ready? Ready for Big Sur: Introducing 1Password 7.7 for Mac, Is It Read-Only Friday?


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    Paul Hegarty - Professor at Stanford UniversityApple Design Resources - Apple DeveloperApple announces App Store Small Business Program - Apple8GB vs 16GB M1 MacBook Pro - How much RAM do you NEED?! - YouTubeM1 Benchmarks & Experience — MacBook Pro, Air, Mac mini! - YouTubeM1 MacBook Air vs M1 MacBook Pro - Full Comparison! - YouTubeSome M1 Mac owners encounter Bluetooth connectivity issues | AppleInsiderBig Sur Download Problems - YouTubeHow to Reinstall macOS on your Apple Silicon Mac. Everything you Need to KnowKuo: Redesigned MacBooks With Apple Silicon to Launch in Second Half of 2021 - MacRumorsHow Apple's M1 uses high-bandwidth memory to run like the clappers • The RegisterParallels, VMWare confirm Apple M1 support amid silence from other virtualization companies | AppleInsiderApple M1 - WikipediaBizHUB Pro USB-C Multiport Professional Adapter – Juiced SystemsMacbook Pro Multiport Adapter - UltraHUB – Juiced Systems6 in 1 USB-C Macbook Pro Adapter – Juiced SystemsLife-Line USB-C Cable Combo – Juiced SystemsCheck M1 compatibility for all your Mac apps with this free tool - 9to5MacIs Apple silicon ready ?Ready for Big Sur: Introducing 1Password 7.7 for Mac | 1PasswordIs It Read-Only Friday?Hazel – Noodlesoft – Simply Useful SoftwareiPhone 12 Announcement, Pre-Order, and Actual Release Date Expectations - MacRumors

    • 1 hr 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

gmaass ,

Always good for a listen

One of the few IOS/Swift podcasts that I always make a point of listening to.

Dejus ,

Excellent podcast

I started listening to this podcast a few months ago, starting from the first episode. I haven't caught up with the latest ones yet, but have been enjoying each episode. Only a few months back now. (I particularly enjoy Aaron's snark, but gather he leaves at some point?)

JeremiahJ ,

One of the Good Ones

I have been listening to this podcast for some time and I really enjoy it. The hosts are honest and hold nothing back when it comes to their opinions. A the name suggests, they talk about more then just code but in a good way. It is highly entertaining and interesting. Even the guests hosts are good. What are you waiting for, download the podcast.

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