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Weekly podcast discussing the latest updates, tools and events relevant to iOS app developers. I will also have a couple of reoccurring show sections to spread the word on fellow iOS developers doing fun and interesting things. On top of that I am working hard to do interviews with people relevant to iOS app developers. Think peers, teachers, bloggers who will have an open discussion with me so you can see what passion, hard work and a great community can do for your personal work and success.
 
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Last week I mentioned I wanted to get myself at more conferences this year. And already I have 3 opportunities lined up. That’s amazing.Next to that, people in the iOS community are at it again in full force after the holidays. Lots of great stuff. I had tons of articles to go through. Enjoy this week’s links. Swift Playgrounds 4: Building a Text-t…
 
This time I have my colleague Adam Rush as a guest. He organized Swift Leeds, creates content for RayWenderlich.com. He has a fun origin story. A self taught software developer who got started right when the iPhone 3G was a thing. You can find more on Adam online on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/adam9rush His blog: https://www.swiftlyrush.com/ His …
 
First episode of the new year. Happy new year everyone. Enjoy this week’s articles and as always, please reach out on Twitter. I love hearing from you. Here are this week's links: Convert your Swift Facades to the new async/await syntax using Continuations | by César Vargas Casaseca | Dec, 2021 | Medium “Solving Advent of Code 2021 in Swift” by Har…
 
Jonathan is a fellow podcaster. Together with Mark Fransen he creates the podcast Everyday Robots. In his spare time he created the iOS apps Vizard and Lockne. https://everydayrobots.tech/ Jonathan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/refactoredd Vizard on the App Store Lockne on the App Store Everyday Robots on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_everydayrob…
 
Happy Holidays.Final regular episode of 2022. Building an asynchronous SwiftUI button | Swift by Sundell Supporting async/await as a module owner Unit Testing UIViewController Dismiss closure argument in Swift The Vim "tip of the day" for Xcode | Chris Wu Swift Heroes iOS Conf SG Indie Life Unfolding (@IndieLifeComics) / Twitter Please rate me on A…
 
Frank is one of the people currently running iOS Dev Happy Hour. I’ve had several people from that community on my podcast before.Frank is another great story of switching careers and getting into iOS Software Development. More on Frank online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/frankefoster Frank's website and blog: https://www.frankefoster.com/ iOS Dev…
 
It is a bit of everything this week. Links if this week How to change UIImage color in Swift | Sarunw Attempting SonarQube Analysis on Xcode Cloud – Oliver Binns Sorting data with KeyPathComparator – Augmented Code Loading Images on iOS 15 | PSPDFKit Using @SceneStorage With @FetchRequest Apple’s use of Swift and SwiftUI in iOS 15 Please rate me on…
 
Tim worked in cyber security, ended up at the BBC and started working on server-side Swift fulltime in 2019. He is also the server-side Swift team lead at raywenderlich.com Next to that he organizes several meetups and conferences. More on Tim online: His website: https://www.timc.dev/ Twitter: @0xTim Swift Server Work Group Vapor framework NSManch…
 
Here are this weeks links. Implementing and testing Universal Links Make rounding specific corners easier with extension | Filip Němeček How to make custom XCTest assertions show an error at the call site | Sarunw Lightweight dependency injection and unit testing using async functions | Swift by Sundell I also mentioned CocoaHeadsNL and the content…
 
Michael wrote a book on App Icons. The Kickstarter on this book ends on December 10. So get in there if there’s still time. He also runs a company called North Play. A graphic designer with many interests, who happened to create an awesome book on iOS app icons. The first thing an end user will likely see of your product as an app developer. The iO…
 
Some nice articles that might get you to think out of the box this week. Backpressure is a concept I pretty much have not thought about for years. And Sarun has a nice tip on dealing with inconsistent APIs. Result builders in Swift - The.Swift.Dev Using CloudKit for content hosting and feature flags | Rambo Codes Create your first HTTP endpoint wit…
 
Ulf started Centered app. Before that he did tons of other things. Mostly he was involved with being part of or starting start-ups. It is a great story of an App developer growing way beyond his/her initial technical roots. Centered offers Flow Music & automated Productivity Coaching, Mono-Tasking, Do-Not-Disturb on Mac, Notification Blocking, Dist…
 
This week’s episode is mostly about SwiftUI. Adding DocC to an existing swift package – Rhonabwy How to Digitally Sign a PDF Using a YubiKey | PSPDFKit Confirmation Dialogs in SwiftUI - Replicating Apple's Reminders app Mastering ProgressView in SwiftUI | Swift with Majid Swift actors: How do they work, and what kinds of problems do they solve? | S…
 
Denise worked at SAP before joining CARIAD, a company within the Volkswagen Group. She works on the iOS app related to their ID line of car models. A great app keeping you connected to your car. She's also one of the maintainers of DeviceKit. You can connect with Denise online at Twitter @denisenepraunig Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me fe…
 
A really quick recording this week, enjoy this week’s articles. Checking if a SwiftUI View is in Preview How to make a macOS menu bar app | Sarunw AsyncView – Asynchronous loading operations in SwiftUI Composition vs. Inheritance: code architecture solutions explained in Swift Building a Blockchain in Swift (Intro) | by Felipe Ricieri | Kin + Carta…
 
Tim Oliver works on DriveMode, an interesting app with a Bluetooth hardware component. He also worked at Realm, yes the Core Data and SQLite alternative. He is originally from Australia, but for work he has been pretty much around the globe. You can find Tim: on Twitter: https://twitter.com/timoliverau on his website: https://timoliver.blog/ More o…
 
First impressions and presenting at a conference. How cool is that? NSSpain is happening this week, and I am part of that. Now that's even cooler. First impressions of SwiftUI · Jesse Squires Awaiting WebSockets in SwiftUI Using count vs isEmpty to check whether a collection contains any elements | Swift by Sundell Swift in Depth The Defer Statemen…
 
Bobby created Filtru. A coffee app for iOS that helps you brew the perfect cup. Bobby sheds some light into what it takes to create an amazing cup of coffee. Along the way we touch upon Bluetooth smart scales and integration with those. Learn more about Filtru: https://filtru.coffee/ Follow Bobby on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobek_balinek The sm…
 
A bit later then usual, I’ll explain why in this episode. Just was unable to finish the last bits of processing last night and only just now I had the extra 10 minutes I needed to finish things. Enjoy this weeks episode here are this week’s links: SwiftUI: Displaying mathematical fractions | by coderExMachina | Nov, 2021 | Medium Understanding how …
 
Tunde was suggested to me by one of my previous guests. And boy was he right. It is amazing to just see what Tunde has achieved in such short time. Best part, he actually wanted to sell icecream when he was a kid. Lead Software Developer Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer. Support the show (https://pod.fan/appforce1)…
 
Had a big day today. But Josh released a big video with blog post as well. So lots of good stuff again this week. This week's links: Dangerous Logging in Swift | Indie Stack What's new in Xcode 13.2 beta 1 | FIVE STARS iOS How-to — Capture Touch Events Outside UIView Bounds | by Pete Smith | Zendesk Engineering | Oct, 2021 | Medium Josh’s M1 Mac De…
 
Dmitry works on iOS and blockchain. An interesting combination if you ask me. He works as the tech lead on Gnosis Safe for iOS and also contributes to WalletConnect, an important bit functionality enabling mobile Web3 wallet interactions. You can learn more about Dmitry on: LinkedIn Twitter: @_dmitrybespalov Github Please rate me on Apple Podcasts.…
 
I promised a double helping of links this week. And turns out there was a lot of things going on over the last two weeks. I specifically wont mention anything on the new Apple hardware since this is about the developer articles in my podcast. This week's links Khanlou | Download Progress With Awaited Network Tasks What is a KeyPath in Swift | Sarun…
 
Peter works as a Developer Advocate for Google’s Firebase platform. His focus is the iOS/Mac side of things. It is a role that has him doing all kinds of things all around the world. Mostly he works from his home office though. Peter on: His blog: https://peterfriese.dev/ Twitter: @peterfriese Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on S…
 
Listen in on me reflecting on the past year of podcasting. I share some of my thoughts on how I think things are going. As always feedback is welcome. Especially this week. Keep on listening I love it when you reach out to me. My podcasting gear. One of my favourite gadgets, an Atreus keyboard. This is CocoaHeadsNL. This Shure Beta 87A is high on m…
 
Listen in on my conversation with Matteo. He creates advances iOS courses. Being self employed teaching people is what he wanted to do. In his goals along his path into iOS development he seems to have always kept his current work in mind. Matteo's website: https://matteomanferdini.com/ Matteo's app website: https://www.purecreek.com/ Matteo on Twi…
 
A bit of a reflective episode. Some cringeworthy content even. Lots of people working hard in our community. Stuff about Actors, ifs and becoming profitable. Links of this week`s contents: Case study: Building a profitable app in 30 days | by Arthur Van Siclen Jordi's content on Gumroad Should every if statement has an else clause | Sarunw How Send…
 
Mihaela and I got introduces on Clubhouse. I loved how she respectfully was able to tell people if they were wrong on many topics. Sometimes she was not subtle on purpose. But she has always been right. And that’s impressive. Learn more about Mihaela. I would love to meet her in person one day on a conference. You can find her on Twitter: @civeljah…
 
Some deeper articles this month, but I am sure we will manage. Here are this week's links: Writing Effective Software Development Notes for Future You How I Prepare Presentations and Workshops | Bas’ Blog EXC_BAD_ACCESS crash error: Understanding and solving it - SwiftLee Analysis of CVE-2021-30860 - Objective-See's Blog Solving CPU Usage Crashes w…
 
Just for the heck of it and because this is upload 101, I talk about mechanical keyboards with Josh, Franklin and Tommy. A special celebration for my 100 published episodes milestone. Josh on Twitter. Franklin on Twitter. Tommy on Twitter. Josh uses a homebuilt Ergodox, an Ergodox EZ and a Moonlander. Franklin uses the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard. To…
 
A little bit less on the news articles. A little more on the personal news. This week's links: Going open-source | Daniel Saidi Powerful Advanced Swift Techniques for Complex Apps How AsyncSequence works internally in Swift Using convert function to make Animations in Swift Me on Twitter: "I submitted my resignation letter at my work. November 1st …
 
TelemetryDeck is bootstrapping when we record this. On the verge of signing up its first paying customers. Listen in on why Daniel created TelemetryDeck and what the future might hold… You can find more on Daniel and TelemetryDeck here: On twitter More info on TelemetyDeck Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact m…
 
This week I wanted to make a big announcement, but I still have to sit on it for one more week. Monday will also be my 100th episode. Still can’t wrap my head around that though. This week's episode links: Tweet by @felibe444 An Introduction to the Microapps Architecture – Increment Barcode detection using Vision framework How to apply a reverse ma…
 
This is Austin, and he has big plans. Currently has Mitynotes and achvmnts on the App Store, with more apps on the way. More info on Austin: https://www.mitynote.com/ On Twitter Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me through twitter Newsletter, sign up! My book: Being a Lead Software Developer Lead Software De…
 
I am working on a Dutch presentation about Tuist but I also hope to perform the same presentation in English somewhere sometime this month. A big shoutout to NSSpain Remote Edition 2021. The links from this week: Building Dynamic Lists in SwiftUI - The Ultimate Guide to SwiftUI List Views - Part 2 Using Swift’s async/await to build an image loader …
 
Meet Jordan, I got famliar with him through his book called “Best in Class iOS app”. Turns out he works at Buffer and does a lot of thinks in his sparetime. Like building SpendStack and selling that. More info on Jordan: https://www.bestinclassiosapp.com/ On Twitter https://www.swiftjectivec.com/ Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback o…
 
One Swift and a few more SwiftUI articles this week. Also a nice keyboard combo for Xcode and how to get started with doc comments in your Swift code. Links in my episode: Using Variadic Parameters in Swift – SerialCoder.dev How to Animate Gradients in SwiftUI Conditional compilation within Swift expressions | Swift by Sundell Exploring SwiftUI map…
 
Danijela is from Croatia, she recently moved to Canada and is now starting her career as a software developer.You might know her from an article whe wrote over at Ray Wenderlich. More info on Danijela: https://danijelavrzan.com/ On LinkedIN On Twitter On RayWenderlich.com Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe Or contact me…
 
I’m starting to notice I’m using more and more SwiftUI in my dayjob. The SwiftUI articles really draw my attention. Next week I’ll focus more on other topics. This week's articles: Every SwiftUI Environment Value explained | FIVE STARS How to define custom environment values in SwiftUI | Sarunw Why Conditional View Modifiers are a Bad Idea · objc.i…
 
Mohammad Azam is a trainer/teacher and active on Udemy and YouTube. He moved to the US for his education and with his side income he is able to travel a lot. Learn more about Mohammad on: His website: https://azamsharp.com/ His Twitter: @azamsharp YouTube channel Udemy instructor page Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on SpeakPipe …
 
The keyboard rabbit hole has deepened. A book recommendation. And schools are about to start. This week's links: Handling links with SwiftUI's openURL | FIVE STARS How to write unit tests for SwiftUI apps | mokacoding Unit testing UIView action and gesture in Swift How to show multiple alerts on the same view in SwiftUI | Sarunw How to use throwing…
 
Johan originally is from Venezuela. He now lives in Moscow with his wife.He took an interesting journey. The Corona crisis made him switch up his career path. Have a listen and learn how a hobby can end you up with a new future and different source of income. Learn more about Johan: Website Twitter: @esmoscu Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send m…
 
Going back to basics a bit. A smaller set of articles, but ebery link is very much worth your while. Just like every week… Links from this week: Building a token refresh flow with async/await and Swift Concurrency How to create a property wrapper in Swift | Swift with Majid How to do print debugging in SwiftUI | Sarunw Flow layout with self-sizing …
 
Rob is an iOS mobile developer currently working for Capital One in the UK. Rob is passionate about making great mobile experiences that work for everyone. You can find him online: On his website: https://rwapp.co.uk/ On Twitter: RobRWAPP and MobileA11y On his blog: https://mobilea11y.com/ This is a link to Rob's book at Apress: Developing Inclusiv…
 
A lot of people went on vacation already. And it sure looks things are speeding up again. Last 2 weeks the rate of new articles started picking up again. Not back at non summertime levels, but we are ramping up for sure. I hope you all had a great vacation. If you made some new resolutions for yourself during your summer break, have a look at my wo…
 
Sam McGarry, college dropout, cook and now an iOS software developer. If you need a dose of inspritation, connect to Sam in Twitter and enjoy the conversation.Sam dedicated himself to becoming an iOS developer. He succeeded. More on Sam: https://www.sammcgarry.dev/ Sam on Twitter Sam's Github Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Send me feedback on Sp…
 
I went on vacation and I got hugged by a bear only to find lots of great content when I got home. I reduced it to 22 links and picked 13 to share with you. Enjoy. Xcode tips Automatically Switch to Build Log | dasdom 4 Xcode shortcuts to get back your screen space | Sarunw The Jump Bar In Xcode | dasdom UI development Implementing drag & drop for C…
 
Meet Samuel, he is an old colleague of mine. We worked together on, you guessed it, the ING App. I knew a few things of his backstory. In this episode he tells it all. His story is amazing. You could say him becoming an iOS developer is in fact a love story. Donkey Mobile (Dutch language site) Samuël on LinkedIN Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Se…
 
Welcome to my podcast. Different one again. Today I'll tell you what I use for podcasting and why I use these. Hindenburg Journalist Pro Pixelmator Pro Audient Evo 4 Samson Q7 Audio Technica ATH-M50x MacBook M1 Expert Mouse Trackball IQunix L80 with Cherry MX Brown switches OWC Thunderbolt Dock LG 27UL850-W, 27 inch 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor Buzzsprou…
 
This is Kim. And I must say I am a fan. She has worked hard to get to where she is at right now. She works as a senior iOS developer and has a lot of passion for tech… and stickers. You can find Kim on: Twitter: @kaydacode Her stickershop: https://kaydacode.com/ Which you follow on Twitter as well: kaydacodeshop Please rate me on Apple Podcasts. Se…
 
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