Charles Max Wood
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talks to Will Bishop. Will is 16 years old and is a developer in Australia. He really got into iOS development about a year ago at his school when he had to create an iOS app for one of his classes, which really made him fall in love with iOS app development. They talk about why he decided to create an app just for the Apple Watch, setting yourself apart from big companies, the business model for his apps, and more!
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talk about 1Password with Michael Fey. Michael is the team lead for the Apple team at 1Password. 1Password is a password manager that helps to keep people safe online by allowing people to store all their passwords and credit card information in it and it keeps it all safe behind one password that you know, your master password. They talk about why someone would use 1Password, iOS 12, how the data is stored in the app, home pod integration, and more!
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talk about Marizipan. Marzipan is the compatibility layer that Apple invented in order to bring UIKit apps to Mac. They talk about the rumors behind the creation of Marzipan, why Apple is waiting until next year to launch it, and discuss what will make these new Mac apps iOS capable. They also touch on how you can run iOS apps on the Mac prior to Marzipan’s release, Marzipanify, and much more!
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talk to Leo Dion about MicroConf and writing apps for Apple Watch. Leo has been a developer for almost two decades and six years ago he created his own company called BrightDigit. He mostly focuses his time and energy to the Apple space and enjoys developing apps for the iPhone, iPad, and the Apple Watch. They talk about what happens at MicroConf, what he is working on now, tips for starting a meetup, and more!
In today's episode, the iPheaks panelist speak with Paul Hudson about Writing, Swift, & Writing Swift. Paul is the author of Hacking with Swift, Pro Swift, Swift Design Patterns, Server-Side Swift, Hacking with macOS, Hacking with watchOS, Hacking with tvOS, Swift Coding Challenges, and more. Suffice it to say, he quite likes Swift. And coffee. (But mostly Swift.) (And coffee.)
In today's episode, the iPheaks panelist speak with Andrew McKnight about Surveying How Swift Evolves. Andrew provides information on a presentation he did at iOS Dev Camp Colorado, on a survey looking at the open source Swift repositories to see how developers are extending the language, foundation, or standard library. This is a great episode to gain insight into how developers on the iOS platform are helping evolve the Swift language and much more.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panelist Erica and Gui talk about backups. Why are backups important, how to maintain up-to-date local and off-site backups and backup service suggestions. Gui and Erica share examples and horror stories of neglecting to backup data. This is a great episode to learn about when, why and how to backup your devices and computers to cloud services, and best practice for categorizing your personal and business data for backup.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panelist speaks with Marin Todorov about Realm. Marin is an independent developer and works exclusively in the iOS platform. Marin does contract work, open source projects is an author of multiple publications, a speaker, and does in-house training. Marin answers questions about the inner workings or Realm, what and who is using Realm, how it functions and popular ways to implement Realm in your projects.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panelist speak with Chris Adamson, a freelance iOS and Mac developer from Grand Rapids Michigan. Also, Chris is an author and co-author of a number of books, including Xcode Treasures. Chris is on the show to talk about this book abut Xcode called Xcode Treasures. This is a great episode to learn about another avenue of valid information on the inner workings of Xcode.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panel, Jaim, and Andrew discuss conferences such as WWDC, AltConf, Next Door Conf NDC, and many of the events and attraction when attending conferences. This is a great episode to learn about the various facets of conference hopping. Topics covered involve the number of attendees at these individual conferences, speaking at conferees, logistics of attending, tourist attractions, parties, after events, and much more.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panel, Erica, and Andrew speak with Derrick Hathaway about GraphQL. Derick is a mobile app developer and works at LifeOMic. Derrick is on The Freelance Show to discuss exactly what GraphQL is about. This is a great episode to understand the structure of GraphQL on the client and server side, and many other facets and features.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panel, Erica, Andrew, and Jaim speak with Paul Shelley and Eric Ludlow, both graduates of a boot camp at Dev Mountain. The topics cover, what is a boot camp, computer science, app development, duration of training, investment, who goes to boot camp, iOS programming, and much more. This is a great episode to learn more about how developer boot camps work.
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talk to Gregorio Zanon about data transparency and iMazing. Gregorio is in Geneva, Switzerland currently and is the code leader at DigiDNA which created the app iMazing. He talks about the inspiration for creating the app, its main functions, and what kind of people use this app. They also touch on the topic of data transparency, what it is, and how it affects developers.
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talk to Joe Fabisevich about the new mailing list that he has recently taken over, and you can sign up for it here. He talks about the type of snippets that they send out in the newsletter and gives general information about the newsletter. Joe loves the reception that he has gotten, and this is what fuels him to find new extensions every week to help other people learn. One of his goals for this project is to try to figure out the formula that keeps people coming back each week.
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talk to Fernando Bunn about different storage option for the iPhone, such as Core Data. Fernando has worked with mobile as a hobby since 2006 when apps were developed in J2ME and started to develop apps since the first day the iOS SDK was released in 2008. He is also passionate about using technology to improve people’s lives. This episode is great for those wanting to know more about iPhone storage and Core Data in general.
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talk about Andrew’s client project that he’s been working on. To combat an issue, he has been using the audio port on the iPhone in order to transport data. With this, you don’t need any approval from Apple and the hardware is very simple. They go more in depth about how this process works and how iPhone updates affect it, such as the loss of the headphone jack.
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel, Jaim and Andrew talk to Joe Rhodes, a developer in Atlanta who is currently working on an app called Kite Compositor. This app is an animation and motion design app for Mac that came out in about March 2017. He left the corporate world to pursue his dream to be an app creator, and has never looked back since. This episode contains a great conversation about the process that goes through the mind of a developer when they are creating their respective apps.
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel, Erica and Gui talk about his app ChibiStudio, the challenges and lessons learned, and specifically about how it's like to have a freemium app in the App Store. The app allows people to create their own avatar, or Chibi, that they the can share through the iMessage app. This is a great episode to learn about the thought processes that go into creating a new iOS app.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panel, Erica and Gui speak with Lisa Dziuba and Ahmed Suljman about their new product called Flawless App. The discussion covers topics on design, how the app works, marketing, team size, and much more. This is a great episode to learn about new iOS products and their unique build and design, and implementation.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panel, Erica, and Gui talk about the state of Apple in 2018 and what they would like to see from Apple in this new year. The discussion covers topics like where should Apple build their next campus, iMac Pro and desktop computing, replacement Mac lines, Mac mini, Puck Mac, Developer market, control center issues, and much more! This a great episode to get a glimpse of the current needs and wants among the iOS and OS developer communities.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panel discuss RxSwift with the four authors of the book RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift. The co-authors are Junior Bontognali, Marin Todorov, Scott Garner, and Florent Pillet. The four authors are developers in their own respective jobs and companies who are experts in Swift and iOS platform. The discussion covers the specifics of RxSwift and Reactive Programming.
In today's episode, the iPheaks panel discusses Cloudkit, and many technical details about the cloud-based service. In short, Cloudkit is a cloud syncing solution and works similar to a database. Gui mentions the reluctant users of such type of service, some important discussion with the security and privacy. This is a great episode on understanding the framework of Cloudkit and the technical structure of this cloud service, how data is managing when documents are updated, Change Tokens, costs, and much more.
In today's episode, iPhreaks speaks with Paulo Faria. Paulo is based in Brazil and has been developing for the OSX platform since 2012. Also, Paulo mentions focusing on server side development and working in iOS and Android development. Paulo is the creator of Zewo and one of the first to work with server-side Swift. Paulo is on iPheaks to talks about Concurrency. Paul believes that concurrency is the missing feature to make it a true and mature ecosystem for server-side on Swift.
In today's episode, iPhreaks speaks with Meng To and Marcos Griselli about Design Code. Design Code is an interactive book and app on how to design and code an iOS 11 app. Meng and Marcos talk about early career challenges building an iOS app. Meng talks about solving this problem with their Design Code book and app and making the process faster and intuitive. This is great for developers who want to learn to build an iOS app with little to advance knowledge.
In today's episode, the iPhreak panel speaks with Stephen about how Swift could benefit from higher level types like in Haskel, Reactive programming and testing in the Kickstarter app. Stephen is a software engineer living in Brooklyn, New York. He previously helped build and open source the Kickstarter mobile apps. He's a co-founder of Point-Free , a consultancy and upcoming educational video series on functional programming and Swift.