Swift over Coffee is a podcast that helps you keep your Swift skills up to date the easy way, hosted by Paul Hudson and Erica Sadun. Each episode has news, our picks of the week, plus an open ballot where you can share your views on important topics.
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Note: all the discussion from Erica and Paul is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. Our regular intro/outro music is also licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0, and is called "Dropping out of School" by Brad Sucks.
S2E5: Merry Dubmas, Everyone!
In this episode: we celebrate Swiftmas and Dubmas all together, plus talk about remote conferences, tuple conformance, Mint, WWDC wishlists, and more.
Swift Package Index: http://swiftpackageindex.com
Swift AWS Lambda runtime: https://swift.org/blog/aws-lambda-runtime
Adding CI support to SPM packages: https://github.com/brightdigit/EggSeed
SE-0283: Tuples Conform to Equatable, Comparable, and Hashable – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0283-tuples-are-equatable-comparable-hashable.md
SE-0270: Add Collection Operations on Noncontiguous Elements: https://github.com/apple/swift-se0270-range-set/
Paul’s pick: WWDC 2020 Student Challenge Submissions: https://wwdc.github.io/2020/
Erica’s pick: Mint from Yonas Kolb and GUI Rambo’s WWDC app: https://github.com/insidegui/WWDC
S2E4: Erica vs the World
WWDC is online: https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=03132020a
Swift Argument Parser: https://github.com/apple/swift-argument-parser
SE-0279 Multiple Trailing Closures: https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0279-multiple-trailing-closures.md
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Paul’s pick: Table, by Shawn Baek – https://github.com/ShawnBaek/Table
Erica’s pick: Slideas – https://www.slideas.app/
Challenge: Recreate the Breathe app animation from watchOS – https://github.com/twostraws/SwiftOverCoffee
S2E3: Sim See Tee Ell
In this episode: Erica learns to pronounce things the Paul way, we're blown away by how good Swift 5.2's error messages are, and discuss listener views on the future of Swift.
Control Room: https://github.com/twostraws/ControlRoom
iOS Dev Survey: https://iosdevsurvey.com/
Swift Playgrounds for macOS: https://www.apple.com/uk/swift/playgrounds/
New diagnostics in Swift 5.2: https://swift.org/blog/new-diagnostic-arch-overview/
Paul's first pick: CocoaHub – https://cocoahub.app
Paul's second pick: Brisk – https://github.com/twostraws/Brisk
Erica's pick: Joe Groff's Twitter feed – https://twitter.com/jckarter
Open ballot: Apart from async/await, what new feature do you most want to see in Swift 6?
S2E2: Proing the heck out of that bono
In this episode: on the road to Swift 6, handling key presses in iOS, and whether to build an app or a website.
Xcode 11.4 beta: https://developer.apple.com/download/
On the Road to Swift 6: https://forums.swift.org/t/on-the-road-to-swift-6/32862
SE-0276 Multi-Pattern Catch Clauses: https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0276-multi-pattern-catch-clauses.md
SE-0269: Increase availability of implicit self in @escaping closures when reference cycles are unlikely to occur – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0269-implicit-self-explicit-capture.md
SE-0110: Distinguish between single-tuple and multiple-argument function types – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0110-distingish-single-tuple-arg.md
Paul's Pick: pressesBegan() - https://developer.apple.com/documentation/uikit/uiresponder/1621134-pressesbegan
Erica's Pick: SE-0274 – Concise magic file names – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0274-magic-file.md
Open ballot: When should an app idea be an app, and when should it be a website instead?
S2E1: Have your State and eat it
In this episode: Swift 5.2 snapshots are available for download, Paul enjoys some property wrappers, and we dream about what SwiftUI 2.0 might bring.
App Updates for HTML5 Apps: https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=01212020a
Swift 5.2 snapshots now available: https://swift.org/download
Swift for Good: https://www.swiftforgood.com
Paul's pick: Creating a property wrapper to give us SwiftUI's environment in UIKit.
Erica's pick: SE-0253 – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0253-callable.md
Open ballot: If you could change one thing about SwiftUI, what would it be?
S1E22: Why does Sean hate SwiftUI so much?
In this episode: Sean's beard is staying in San Francisco, the NeXT era is ending, we discuss SwiftUI's forms system, and explore the many amazing new features from WWDC19.
- The NeXT Era Ends, the Swift Era Begins: https://inessential.com/2019/06/07/the_next_era_ends_the_swift_era_begins
- WWDC 2019 Session Notes: https://github.com/Blackjacx/WWDC
- WWDC 2019 The Things You May Have Missed: https://patrickbalestra.com/blog/2019/06/07/wwdc-2019-the-things-you-may-have-missed.html
- About SwiftUI: https://github.com/Juanpe/About-SwiftUI
- Paul's pick: SwiftUI's forms – https://www.hackingwithswift.com/quick-start/swiftui/working-with-forms
- Sean's pick: WWDC 2019 (Mind the Enthusiasm Gap) – https://nshipster.com/wwdc-2019/
- Open Ballot: Now that the dust has settled, what was your favorite new feature announced at WWDC19 that *isn't* SwiftUI?
- Plus: your chance to win a massive pile of Swift books to enjoy over summer!
I miss this podcast so much!
Love the focus on Swift Evolution.
I loved this podcast. It’s great to hear about current developments behind the scenes and within the community. Really hoping this podcast starts up again.
Season 2 brings welcome changes
The first season with Paul Hudson and Sean Allen was pretty good. As a fan of Sean’s YouTube content, I found that a large portion of the Season 1 content overlapped with Sean’s YouTube and other podcast content and focused on contemporary news.
Erica Sadun’s presence in Season 2 is a very welcome change. Erica is the top contributor to Swift evolution and brings an unprecedented level of technical expertise to this podcast that can’t be found anywhere else. She’s also an excellent personality that complements Paul with great banter. I’m very excited to see where this podcast goes!