Tag Archives: Apple

Episode 140 – Carrying the Shield

We follow up on Apple and semiconductors with rumored purchase of chip manufacturers, OLED screen delays and Touch ID issues. We also follow up on MyScript Calculator for handwriting calculations now on iPad. We discuss the Developer Survey Results 2017 from Stack Overflow. Apple has also made iWork, Garage Band and iMovie free for all users. Apple has also acquired a California permit for self-driving cars. Coachella attendees use Find My iPhone to recover 100+ stolen devices. The Mac Pro makes an appearance again. Picks: Analyzing 3rd party libraries, Silicon Valley iOS Developer Meetup, 17 Xcode Tips and Tricks That Every iOS Developer Should Know, Software Library: Macintosh, ABI stability and WWDC Family

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Episode 136 – A Drive By

We start the follow up with a brief history of CAD, which brought Tim to computing. We follow with gaming apps continuing to hold top the revenue spot, choosing between Google, Amazon and iCloud online photo storage, as well as improving Swift compile times. We discuss the products announced by Apple on Tuesday; 9.7 inch iPad, Product(RED) iPhone 7 models, updated iPhone SE, new Spring watch bands and new app Clips. We chat about Github’s new balanced employee IP agreement. Also as a late addition we discuss Apple’s acquisition of the award winning Workflow app. Picks: the 8-bit Guy – Basic episode, Audible Xcode Breakpoints. The 8-Bit Guy’s name is David Murray.

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Episode 127 – Empty Jay Sea and the Holy Grail

This week Tammy Coron, Jaime Lopez Jr and Tim Mitra follow up on What the iPhone Means to Me as well as Consumer Reports turnaround on recommending the new MacBook Pro. We also follow up on rumors of Apple taking of Netflix and Spotify by creating it’s own content. We discuss Google’s acquisition of the Fabric set of tools. We delve into the world of digital color discussing Instagram’s adoption of Wide Color. We also examine Ash Furrow’s post on Naming Things in Swift. Our Picks this week are; Affinity Designer, Universal Principles of Design, The History of Paper Money and Zepelin.

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Episode 122 – What is Internet?

This week we answer #askMTJC about how we use the pragma mark in our apps. We also follow up as we test drive Setapp’s beta program. We discuss the @available attribute in Swift that allows you to use new iOS features while maintaining backward compatibility. We the new Bluetooth 5 announcement and discuss some contradictory articles on the wearables market. Aaron gives a status report on CarPlay in his new car. Picks: Pre-Apple return Steve Jobs TV interview, Wang 1980’s TV commercial and Inside the secret meeting where Apple revealed the state of its AI research.

Sponsored by: Buddy Build

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Episode 117 – All That and a Bag of Dongles

This week we follow up on the MacBook Pro with TouchBar. The discussion revolves around our impressions of the TouchBar, changes in the hardware configuration and the future of the MacBook product line. We also discuss whether this is in fact a mac for professionals. We touch on the approaching end of Swift 2.3 as well as json2swift. Picks: Paintcode 3, PipTube, UnsafePointers, How to Use NSTouchBar on macOS and Amaziograph.

Sponsored by Hired

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Episode 54 – The Fellowship of Swift

This week we follow up on the Swift adoption discussion started last week. We discuss the “All you eat” software models. We discuss the role of Product Manager in development. Tim Cook sends an email and saves stock market. Picks Crossy Road (Pacman edition), PAC-MAN 256 and iSwift.

NB The 360|iDev 2015 videos should be ready around Sept 4, 2015

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Episode 43 – Delicious WWDC 2015 Sessions Overview

This week we discuss the new information introduced by Apple at WWDC 2015. From the Key Note , the Platform Stats of the Union. We cover Multitasking, open sourcing Swift 2, Watch OS, Protocol Based Swift, Storyboard References, Safari WebView, HealthKit and Health Kit for WatchOS, UI Testing, UI Stacks, XCTesting, GamePlayKit, deep app searching and CloudKit with web services.

Line up at the Women's washroom outside Presidio - Progress!

Line up at the Women’s washroom outside Presidio – Progress!

 

The RayWenderlich.com team dinner at WWDC15/AltConf15

The RayWenderlich.com team dinner at WWDC15/AltConf15

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Watch Blue Print

Episode 38 – Performing Triage on Your Wrist

This week we discuss the recent WeAreWearables Apple Watch™ Meetup at MaRS Discovery District, which had panel discussions on the Apple Watch launch and experiences of early app developers. We discuss interacting with the watch, apps, activity. We speculate about Siri, Cortana and Google Now API access. Using Apple Watch buttons, force touch and the Digital Crown. We also talk about Craig Hockenberry’s angry post on discoveryd.

It was Daniel Bader who coined the term “performing triage on your phone” at the WeAreWearables Apple Watch™ Meetup.

Correct email address for Mark Rubin is markr[at]smappsoft.com

MTJC T-Shirts available until May 13, 2015

Panel: Tom Emrich, Raju Mudhar, Randi Bergman, Nicole Bogart, Patrick O'Rourke & Daniel Bader photo: Billy Lee

Panel: Tom Emrich, Raju Mudhar, Randi Bergman, Nicole Bogart, Patrick O’Rourke & Daniel Bader
photo: Billy Lee

We Are Wearables Journalist Panel

photo: Billy Lee

 

Fuad's tweet

 

Tim's fit

Tim’s Watch band setting

 

 

Episode 38 Show Notes:

Apple releases guidelines for creating third-party Apple Watch bands
Band Design Guidelines for Apple Watch (PDF)
Apple preps in-store stock & pickup option
WeAreWearables.com
Raju Mudhar
Nicole Bogart
Patrick O’Rourke
Daniel Bader
Randi Bergman
Tom Emrich
iOS 9: Siri Extensions – Chris Wagner
My Biggest WatchKit Mistake – Part 1
My Biggest WatchKit Mistake – Part 2
Brian Gilham
Natasha the Robot
Phillipe Casorla
DiscoveryD Clusterf*ck
iconfactory
Should you get a stylus for your Apple Watch?
Blockly
Rebus
Briana Wu on Patreon

Episode 38 Picks:

Star Wars X-Wing for Mac
28 Apple Watch tips and tricks
Linkitz

Episode 29 – Professional Watch Speculation with Greg Heo

This week we welcome Greg Heo as guest-host. We discuss CrossyRoad developers earning $10 million from their app. We follow up on Pebble vs Apple, just before we anticipate the Apple “Spring Forward” announcement on March 9, 2015. Later we discuss the need for a developer code of ethics.

What you won't hear on the show - due to technical difficulties.

What you won’t hear on the show – due to technical difficulties (Mac is Tim’s dog.)

Jaimes pick:
Objective-C
[[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:[NSURL URLWithString:UIApplicationOpenSettingsURLString]];

Swift version (?)
UIApplication.sharedApplication().openURL(.OpenSettingsURLString)

Episode 29 Show Notes:

Crossy Road earns $10 Million
Pebble vs Apple – David and Goliath This Ain’t
Unreal Engine 4
Unity 5
Leaked: Apple Watch gets price from $349 to $20,000
Dell 13” XPS
Software Engineer Code of Ethics
Skeevy-Looking Bonjour app

Episode 29 Picks:

Monodraw
UIApplicationOpenSettingsURLString
MixYourWatch.com
Appcode

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Felix Huang
Bill Smith

Episode 28 – Sour Cream Glazed Arduino Kits

In this week’s episode we discuss the launch of Pebble Time on Kickstarter. Jaime introduces Origami 2.0 to the group. We follow up on Apple’s Pay Once & Pay and a recent CBC story on Tim Horton’s Rollup the Rim. We also touch on the recent nerdlearn panel discussion on the Apple Watch. Our Picks this week are Reflector, Alto’s Adventure and LittleBits Arduino Coding Kit. We also discuss Tim’s recently acquired Hand Turkey.

Hand Turkey by @Georgia_Dow presented to @BearInATeaCup at #nerdlearn

Hand Turkey by @Georgia_Dow presented to @BearInATeaCup at #nerdlearn

Marty's FLIR printed by Tim @riverdale3D

Marty’s FLIR printed by Tim @riverdale3D

Episode 28 Notes:

Why Apple Wants You to Buy Games
Tim Hortons Roll Up the Rim to Win focus of developer’s data analysis
New “Pebble Time” launch on Kickstarter
Apple will fight iOS bugs with first-ever iOS Public Betas: 8.3 in March, 9 in summer
Introducing Origami Live
NSNorth 2015
Tim Horton’s Roll Up the Rim
Rim Roller
Adafruit
Mattt Thompson
Philippe Casgrain
Mark Pavlidis
Georgia Dow
Isometric Show
PandaEquality (the issue is discussed at 24:00)
Brian Gilham
WatchKit Recources
Arduino Starter Kit from Arduino.cc (also available at adafruit and amazon)
Arduino: A Quick-Start Guide, Second Edition

Episode 28 Picks:

Reflector App
Alto’s Adventure
LittleBits Arduino Coding Kit