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The show is a fortnightly catch up between David Gary Wood, and Daniel Jilg! David is the longtime host of the show, an iOS development coach based in Wellington, New Zealand. His side project applications include GoVJ (https://govjapp.com), and he is currently working on several small projects and a top-secret video orientated one ("Magnum") Daniel is an establish independent developer based in the south of Germany. He is the founder of: Telemetry Deck (https://telemetrydeck.com), "Lightwei ...
 
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).
 
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Everyday Robots

Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen

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Everyday Robots is a weekly tech news podcast focused on what’s happening in the Apple world. Also featuring interviews from prominent people in the Apple community. Hosted by friends Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen two self taught iOS developers.
 
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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Pre-show: Two is one, one is none. Zoom F3 USBPre2 MixPre-3 Follow-up: Cleaning apps and “launch services” launchd Launch Control A hint more on Casey’s frivoLiss ethernet project Many recommendations for Monoprice slim 6A patch cables Jonathan Litt reminds us about fire stops PoE “medusa” cables exist, for USB-C and barrel plugs Why bother with et…
 
Guest Sarah Gretter, PhD (@SarahGretter) LinkedIn - Sarah Gretter, PhD Youtube Video - https://youtu.be/2uXDG04aJUI Related Episodes E38 - Accessibility with Kim Arnett E36 - Upgrading Your Skills in 2020 with Paul Hudson E101 - How to Learn New APIs with Stewart Lynch - Part 1 E112 - Indie Dev #1 - Dark Noise by Charlie Chapman E115 - Indie Dev #4…
 
iPod is discontinued. I'll miss you, thanks for all the years of entertainment. All new OS versions across the board. Xcode 13.4 released. Swift Playgrounds 4.1 for iPad and macOS released. Playing around with SceneKit. Could Apple game development benefit from a visual scripting tool? Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepod…
 
A wide ranging episode this time, including: How we're using Async/Await in our apps. Dave aspires to find an excuse for server side Swift (and Daniel offers to help) Dave is adding in-app purchases and subscriptions to his app GoVJ Daniel shows off TelemetryDeck's live signal stats 🚀📈 Daniel's new cyclable co-working space! 🚲 Dave will visit, when…
 
Live from New York, it’s Wednesday Morning (for John at least)! This week John talks his recent work in continuing to share the way of accessibility throughout the development world, one city at a time. Scotty talks the death of the iPod and reminisces back on the innovation that it was, and the progression of devices that have come since.…
 
Follow-up: A little more on Bartosz Ciechanowski’s explainers Mechanical Watch Explainer GPS Naval Architecture Patreon Apple’s New Developer Center More from Parker Ortolani John’s multi-factor authentication college account update An aside about password managers Protobuf John’s Microsoft Precision Mouse Casey’s Ethernet Project Cat 6A cable type…
 
Follow-up: Follow-out: Clockwise #449: It’s Still Working, I’m So Sad T-Shirt Results (THANK YOU!) Marco’s tech woes USBPre 2 Zoom F3 On Double-Clicking the lock button for Wallet Open the wallet app → double-click the side button (via Trevor Kay) Andrew notes this still works even if double-click is disabled globally Control Center Just hold the p…
 
Guest Mohammad Azam (Website) Twitter (@azamsharp) YouTube Channel - azamsharp Youtube Video - https://youtu.be/z5JTfzBX4WM Related Episodes Cross Platform Comparison with Rob Kerr Swift Package Manager Super Powers with Marco Eidinger Scaling and Security with Jeroen Leenarts Multi-Platform SwiftUI with Malin Sundberg UI Design for Developers with…
 
The ATP Store is live until 30 April at 8PM New York time. Order now, or Casey will haunt your dreams! 👻 Frame Game Explainer post Fastest solve: 12 seconds Follow-up: Apple Studio Display camera update Snell’s coverage Snell’s video Comparison with iMac Pro by James Thomson Sonos Roam power button (via Brilliant Things) What is up with iPhone lock…
 
This week we fact check Hockey Night in Canada, and compare the new iPad Air to the iPad Pro, review masked Face ID, and debate whether the Apple Studio Display is a good deal. Apple announces WWDC 2022 starting June 6. Apple is apparently testing nine M2 based Macs and may introduce a new MacBook Air at WWDC. Apple’s new A16 chip only included wit…
 
This week John talks his work with adapting code to new technologies, including GraphQL, and some difficulties with updating from Objective-C to Swift when you rely on some Objective-C. Scotty cryptically talks his latest work in ‘Build Toolchain Hell’ and the process of trying debug from past changes that are causing bugs now. GraphQL | A query la…
 
The ATP Store is live until 30 April at 8PM New York time. Order now, or Casey will haunt your dreams! 👻 Pre-show: Marco has HomePod problems Pop Hits: {year} (1955–2021) Rock Hits: {year} (1965–2021) Hard to Handle by Otis Redding Hard to Handle by The Black Crowes Creep by Radiohead AirPlay 2-Enabled Speakers Follow-up: Hilariously, a third conse…
 
Guest Dominik Hauser Twitter @dasdom Xcode.tips Dominik Hauser's Books Youtube Video - https://youtu.be/bgDI6HbxeDU Related Episodes Episode 119 - Swift Package Manager Super Powers with Marco Eidinger Episode 84 - Automation Fun with Jared Sorge Episode 77 - Swift Package Index with Sven A. Schmidt Episode 46 - Developer Community (Part 2) with Da…
 
We catch up on Daniel's ProductHunt debut of TelemetryDeck. Dave inches closer to releasing GoVJ 2 as he uses some time off from his day-job to bug-fix, and clean things up. We discuss automated testing. Daniel quizzes Dave on how he approaches automated testing in his day-job vs his solo indie app endeavours. How much is too much for a solo develo…
 
This week John talks struggling with scrolling collection views when compositional layouts and accessibility elements are involved. Scotty talks the important role of accessibility in the future of development, some updates to the current MoneyWell beta release including some new sync bugs. Ensembles Apple’s suggested technique for navigating horiz…
 
The ATP Store is live until 30 April at 8 PM New York time. Order now, or Casey will haunt your dreams! 👻 Pre-show: Marco has questionable media choices Severance The Dropout WeCrashed Silicon Valley Antitrust Pirates of Silicon Valley Follow-up: Tragic Original Gravity news (via Ari Badgers) Good Karma The etymology of “decibel” (via Matt Rigby) D…
 
This week John talks his glorious week of star studded premiers in Hollywood, inter-company communication, accessibility labels in comparison to audio description, his work with VoiceOver and how accessibilityElementDidBecomeFocused() is your friend when trying to scroll a collection view to the correct place after a cell has been selected by Voice…
 
Pre-show: Marco played himself Would there be a “Studio Display Max” within two years? 22” Cinema Display 23” Cinema Display 27” Cinema Display 27” Thunderbolt Display Marco’s Studio Display impressions NuShelf Dual Mount for Mac mini New Peripherals Black Keyboard Black Trackpad Squat TouchID Keyboard Lenovo Go Wireless Split Keyboard Fingerprint …
 
Guest Marco Eidinger (website) Twitter (@MarcoEidinger) iOS Dev Updates Youtube Video - https://youtu.be/QY0TPCHXMWA Related Episodes Episode 77 - Swift Package Index with Sven A. Schmidt Episode 46 - Developer Community (Part 2) with Dave Verwer Episode 45 - Developer Community (Part 1) with Dave Verwer Related Links Swift Package Manager: underst…
 
Follow-up: Resolution independence 10.4 Tiger 10.5 Leopard 10.7 Lion Steve Jobs’s Retina Diagram Retina Display announcement Joe Lion explains why silicon wafers are round Video Explanation Jonathan Ragan-Kelley explains EMIB and LSI Regarding Mac Studio fan noise The fans cool the power supply too notes Phil Stollery Twitter thread from “OnlyMe” G…
 
Daniel launches TelemetryDeck on ProductHunt, learning lessons along the away 🚀 and Dave tries to give him more 'work' to do in sharing his journey and story to the wider world 😀 Dave has sent GoVJ 2 out to TestFlight, as he starts trying to progress version 2.0 towards release. If you're interested in checking GoVJ 2 out, WFR users can use this pu…
 
This week John talks embedded meta data within the Apple Photo Library, especially in relation to QuickTime video files. Scotty talks CocoaPod hell, weaponised NPM and other open source troubles, interesting Academy Award data analysis theories. Chalamet Coughs, Dune Wins BIG sabotage: Famous NPM package deletes files to protest Ukraine war…
 
Pre-show: We’ve got 99 problems and Apple Music is… most of them. On the Mac Studio’s extra SSD slot 512 Pixels Ars Technica Hector Martin Asahi Linux John’s heart shatters into a million pieces (Mac Studio cooling and 😱 fan noise 😱) Jason Snell’s review Max Tech’s Teardown Max Tech’s Thermal Throttling TG Pro Quinn Nelson’s thoughts QuietMac Why 5…
 
Guest Philipp Hofmann (@phil__hofmann) Articles on Sentry Mobile Vitals - Four Metrics Every Mobile Developer Should Care About Close the Loop with User Feedback How to use Sentry Attachments with Mobile Applications Youtube Video - https://youtu.be/xMm7qR0FBDU Related Episodes Episode 40 - Handling Errors Correctly with Jeff Kelley Episode 110 - C…
 
Follow-up: iPad Air does have stereo speakers Mac Studio HDMI is still 2.0 HDMI 2.1 27” Studio Display Pro coming soon? “Five-head” Origins The Flop House #94: Conan the Barbarian @ 29:46 Victor Borge’s Inflationary Language 20 Fenchurch Street The A7III does have animal eye detection (via Alec Pulianas) Base Mac Pro gets a spec bump MaskerAid Upda…
 
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