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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.
 
A humorous video podcast from CartoonSmart.com. Topics will include: iOS / tvOS game development with Xcode, Swift and Sprite Kit, plus anything to do with illustration, character design, animation, or Adobe software (Flash / Animate in particular). These are a bit of a spoof on our usual material (okay, very much a spoof), but we dare you NOT to learn at least something in these videos tutorials. Videos range from 30mb to 50mb (relatively small).
 
Today's applications are increasingly mobile. Computers are no longer confined to desks and laps but instead live in our pockets and hands. This course teaches students how to build mobile apps for Android and iOS, two of today's most popular platforms, and how to deploy them in Android Market and the App Store. Students learn how to write native apps for Android using Eclipse and the Android SDK, how to write native apps for iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads using Xcode and the iOS SDK, and ...
 
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As well as talking build processes and toolchains, Scotty talks the universal MoneyWell 3.1.1 release and the feedback on the 3.1 release, as well as touching on the woes of his 2018 MacBook Pro keyboard. John talks the anatomy of the iOS Netflix transport controls and a re-creation in SwiftUI. Anatomy of the Netflix Forward Button
 
Pre-show: Why are we recording early? Follow-up: Casey’s watch band youtube-dl is back on Github Github works with ICE, which is gross and should stop Feel free to tell Github this is gross Github’s statement about youtube-dl EFF’s counterargument to the RIAA’s claim Donate to the EFF M1 chip name predictions (Overcast link) (via Cameron Deardorff)…
 
This week the boys review the latest Apple Event and share their thoughts on the first Apple Silicon machines. John also talks his recent work leading up to 'the quiet period', his ongoing work with languages and translations, and the release of Croatian. Scotty talks the release of MoneyWell 3.1, including the much anticipated full Dark Mode suppo…
 
We discuss non-3D Touch errors. Are web sites downloading to your mac? Transition to Apple One with your choice of Apple ID. Apple Privacy questions coming soon. Roku rolling out Apple’s AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. Swift.org - Introducing Swift on Windows. iPhone 11 Pro max next to iPhone 12 pro max screen size difference. Apple Launches 'iPhone 12 Stud…
 
Season 2 of Waiting for Review lands with a blast! 🚀 The show is now fortnightly, as I, David Gary Wood, interview developers from the iOS indie community. I'm joined in this episode by Daniel Jilg. Daniel has a history in privacy orientated development, and developed of one of the first 100 apps in the App Store. Daniel is currently working on a b…
 
Pre-show: THE ATP STORE IS BACK, BABY. Until the 14th. Act now! Remember that members get 15% off! iPhone 12 Mini, Max press reviews are out Gruber’s review MKBHD’s review Nilay’s tweet Panzer on the OIS Panzer on ISO range Halide Casey had an oops Apple Event M1 Name Apple motion coprocessors BMW M1 BMW 1 Series M Coupé System on a Chip [Soc] Unif…
 
This week the boys share their thoughts on the recent US election race, with John showing off his democracy sausage. John also talks his recent work with link previews and getting them to work with multiple languages. Scotty talks his recent work with getting MoneyWell Big Sur ready, as well as some Core Graphics work. New York Times Op-Ed Democrac…
 
The ATP Store is back until 14 November! Follow-up: Casey is aware of the National Radio Quiet Zone Verizon map AT&T map Apple leather case covers the bottom, which chaps John’s bottom Moving 2-Factor Authentication to new phones Google Authenticator’s changes (via Michael Koziarski) Reminders and Big Sur “Alexa” and “Siri” and using new hail words…
 
From the variety of voting practices from country to country and even within the US itself to an honest realisation of MoneyWell. This week the boys talk John's appearance on this seasons Netflix quarterly film thanks to his work with accessibility, while also talking his latest work with dealing with support. Scotty talks the positive feedback on …
 
Pre-show: Please, please, please vote. The ATP Store returns on 1 November until 14 November… in theory. Follow-up: Peter Pan: Arms akimbo 5G upload speeds Verizon’s 5G lead Photos-related updates Apple Photos file management options Image Capture can import HEIC files if you change a setting on your phone: Settings → Photos → Transfer to Mac or PC…
 
Dave Nott has departed for pastures new, and I bid him farewell and a heartfelt thanks for all of the episodes we've recorded in what is now Season 1 of this podcast. In the coming weeks, Waiting For Review shall return. I'll be interviewing iOS developers from the indie development community, to find out what makes them and their apps tick. If you…
 
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! Show Links Transformation Apps Website Cult of Mac - App Clips and Phoenix 2 Phoenix 2 - Official Site (with App Clip) Jesse Squires - How to fix the incomprehensible tabs in Xcode 12 Suppo…
 
We dive into #askMTJC about whether the iPhone X layout will mean changes for developers. We follow up on HDR video. We briefly cover the information leak ahead of the Apple Event. We discuss Apple's Steve Jobs Theater which held the event. We cover the items demonstrated and unveiled - Retail events, Apple Watch Series 3 w/LTE, Apple TV 4K, iPhone…
 
This week the boys talk more on accessibility based design with John and what he learnt from his recent Data Week, and Scotty's daily use of text size control. Scotty also shares his current work with redesigning the spending plan within MoneyWell and what decisions need to be made going forward with John adding his recent experience with money bas…
 
Pre-show: Dreaming in code Grand refactorings HomePod, HomePod Mini, and Sonos One (oh my!) Follow-up: Apple’s Magnetic Connectors Patent Accessory Design Guidelines for Apple Devices (PDF) (via Michael Bettiol) Periscope lenses don’t have moving elements (via Timo Grün) iPhone 12 Pricing T-Mobile joins the $30 off club Chargers & earphones & old p…
 
This week John talks his latest translation success with Netflix now being fully localised for Russia and the work that goes into localising an app, from the many translations for singular English words to the expansions of others. Scotty talks the ever growing generational gap as iOS devices change and grow, compared with navigating the maze of An…
 
Apple Event overview Have you heard the good word about Verizon’s 5G? MVNO HomePod Mini Apple S5 Echo Dot ($50) Echo ($100) Echo Studio ($150) No, but really. Have you heard the good word about Verizon’s 5G? MMX iPhone 12 and 12 Mini Steve Troughton-Smith on resolutions A14 iPhone 12 Pro LiDAR ProRAW Size differences Grab Bag “Environmental” change…
 
What’s in a Swift runtime? Swift on Mac OS 9 Heap Objects Type Layout Type Metadata Uniquing Caches Class Metadata Class Metadata Initialization Other links Layout guarantees Steve Troughton-Smith’s BitPaint @ksherlock’s mpw An explainer on Swift weak references About Jordan Twitter @UINT_MIN Belkadan Citizens’ Climate Lobby Sponsors Instabug - Get…
 
With John's return to his regularly scheduled programming this week, he announces his appreciation for user feedback, both good and bad. Also sharing some insight into his current WIP with navigation, and talks on how accessibility is starting to be perceived as more of a fundamental than as an afterthought. Scotty talks his recent delve into Apple…
 
Pre-show: Marco’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week. Follow-up: Facebook vs. Apple Apple is not taking the 30% cut after all Merchants have been allowed to add surcharges for credit card transactions since January 2013 (via Jordan Ryan Moore) Adam’s watch battery update Cell tower “trees” (via Nathaniel) Examples “Monopalms” eFUSE Baby Mon…
 
After a much longer than expected break the boys are finally back with a bumper length episode of what's been going on in their world of tech, complete with all the usual incompetence. With Johns recent international adventure, the boys talk what comes with trying to continue to work with a more than significant time difference and how John has exp…
 
Thank you for all your donations to St. Jude! 💙 Pre-show: Desk Reconstruction Day Uplift Desk V2 C-frame with magnetic cable channel and mountable surge strip Follow-up: John’s Headphone Update Correct pad replacements EDT 1770D Sony’s digital vs. plastic-disc profits Apple now allows returning only Watch bands Google’s Carbon-Free Plans Unity’s IP…
 
This week we follow up on MTJC 2018 T-Shirts and the origins of Apple's Command Key. We also follow up on the Apple Store founders, Apple's GDPR profile downloads, Apple Watch usage and Apple's self driving cars. We discuss the Home Pod sales numbers, erroneous new Siri features, and a sophisticate worm virus and one of the first Internet hackers. …
 
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. Show Links Transformation Apps Website Introducing Swift on Windows MadMachine - SwiftIO RECaf - Effortless Caffeine Tracking Support the Show…
 
Please join ATP in donating to St. Jude Podcastathon 2020 Video Casey’s appearance Siracusa’s appearance Pre-show: Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro, 250Ω Light color temperatures LED corn bulb The Stalman Podcast #95: Time Flies Apple Event Video Casey’s electric meter lamp Follow-up: PlayStation 5 Digital Edition pricing John’s savior Xbox One X sales up 7…
 
We fact check 3.5inch floppy sizes. Nvidia buying ARM for $40B. App Store Review Guideline updates now available. Apple Insider Confirms New iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro Releases. Apple Is About To Leave Your MacBook Air Behind. The State of SwiftUI. We cover the 9/15 Apple Event. Apple developers are scrambling over accelerated iOS 14 release. Picks: …
 
Please join ATP in donating to St. Jude Pre-show: Sleepy Shirts Headphone cups Sony MDR-7506 John’s new pads Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro, 250-ohm Beyerdynamic EDT 1770D pads Follow-up: PlayStation 5 pricing and availability PlayStation 5 sizes Apple Event: Time Flies Apple Watch Series 6 U1 & Ultra-wideband Measuring Your Blood Oxygen Technology Connec…
 
We follow up on iOS 14 privacy and Facebook leads the resistance. Also the floppy of the future. Apple shares a look inside its first ever ‘floating’ store. Yubico’s new USB-C security key with NFC could be the one key to unlock them all. Apple’s next event is on September 15 and it's special Easter egg. Rambo's Turning the ChibiStudio canvas into …
 
Please join ATP in donating to St. Jude Pre-show: A heartfelt “thank you” from Casey Sand running Sorry, California Follow-up: GUI method for deleting APFS snapshots Boot Camp Assistant tmutil listlocalsnapshots / Carbon Copy Cloner Xbox Elite Series 2 trigger adjustment PS4 back-button attachment Deer apparently are “opportunistic omnivores” (via …
 
We fact check Apple's stock if it had never split. FoS Joe Cabrera offers the inside view of FedEx driver tracking. Apple is preparing 75 million iPhone 12 for release. App Store appeals process is now live. Get ready for subscription offer codes. Apple is still trying to erase mac.com email addresses. Game IQ is a taxonomy to help publishers under…
 
Please join us in donating to St. Jude Follow-up: John’s Mac Pro Reviving a data-only volume bridgeOS updates Other Mac Pro Woes John Sandilands Paul Colton Job Non-Mac-Pro Woes Hagen Terschüren Leeward Roland Månsson on Mac hardware tests ⌥D and then ⌘E Apple support article SilentKnight /usr/libexec/remotectl dumpstate (via Paul Galow) Recycling …
 
We fact check on SwiftUI's Core Data template, Dr Thereasa Tam, and how Tim triggered Siri. In askMTJC Georg Tuparev opines on Operations and we discuss Attic App's developer account cancellation. The the follow up we cover Setapp for iOS, Lightroom iOS App Update Deleted User Photos, and Apple discounted the fee to connect to Amazon Prime on Apple…
 
After some accidental headphone discussion, we catch up with how Dave Wood has been getting on with his SwiftUI journey. We wrap with the news that we're taking a break, and will be putting the podcast on pause for the next few weeks. In the mean time, we hope that you all stay well and keep safe. Dave Nott Dave Wood Waiting For Review Music by Bro…
 
Black. Lives. Matter. Follow-up: Bump starts and heel/toe Design resources for developers /r/UI_Design Refactoring UI Fortnite/Epic “Seasons”, and Chapter 2 Season 4 Tim Sweeney’s tweet Cross-play won’t work anymore (via The Verge) Corporate Relationship Management Microsoft on Cross-Play Sony on Cross-Play Microsoft weighs in Judge’s ruling Sarah …
 
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