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Welcome to The App Academy Podcast sponsored by Chamber DS. My name is Jordan Bryant, life-long student of mobile technology and Director of Biz Dev at ChamberDS, and each week I’ll be bringing on a mobile app expert to share their experience, so that you can discover the necessary steps to making more money from your app business.
 
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Richard has been writing software for Apple's various platforms since 2014. He is a co-organizer and regular presenter at UD Xcoders (previously named iOS Orlando) and a mentor with the Underdog Devs organization. He is passionate about application architecture, algorithmic optimizations, security, user privacy, and cryptography. First and foremost…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Marin Todorov to discuss his new developer tool, dataTile. We also discuss using SwiftUI in production for creating apps and other topics. Marin Todorov has been developing for Apple's platforms for 12+ years. Most recently, he worked on Swift DocC as part of the Swift toolchain. Besides working on client projects, h…
 
(00:00) - Introduction (00:42) - This years plans (01:35) - Release another new app (06:09) - Game release (07:07) - Developer Journaling (08:12) - DevClub Discord (09:11) - Buy me a Coffee (09:23) - Rate and review ★ Support this podcast ★ Please leave a review and show your support. https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift Please find us on Mastod…
 
Thank you, everyone, for being part of the Podcast and helping it reach the 100th episode. I am so glad we get to share this. In this episode, I sit down with someone I respect and admire, Jay Wilson. We talk about developer life and how we need to stay balanced and open with those around us to maintain a healthy relationship with ourselves and oth…
 
SwiftUI has made working with CoreData a lot easier and faster. The template Xcode 13 builds for you saves time and trouble. You can customize the model with just a few changes, and it just works. Support the Podcast on Patreon https://patreon.com/compileswift Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift ★ Su…
 
watchOS storyboards are now deprecated. So be aware they are not long for this World and should be moved to SwiftUI. Public betas of the new OS’ due in the fall are now available. I have a clone of my daily Monterey mac running Ventura to test it for compatibility with 3rd party apps. New app idea that is being built only on the live stream. https:…
 
A bumper episode covering the major topics from Apple's WWDC 2022 Keynote, including iOS and iPadOS 16 macOS Ventura The new MacBook Air watchOS 8 Game Development tvOS? Car Play Be sure to check out the video version here https://youtu.be/QU1MUGD9Ink And the State of the Union on EmpowerApps Audio https://share.transistor.fm/s/1d2a748c Video https…
 
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…
 
I wanted to share my thoughts and perspectives on this, if you want to reply or have a conversation about this, I'd love to hear from you. You can reach me on any of the social networks or at CompileSwift.com Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
This week a listener brings the main topic for us to talk about. When or how to decide between SwiftUI or UIKit? Plus! What have I been up to this week? Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift ★ Support this podcast ★By Peter Witham
 
In this episode, New Mac Studio Xcode 13.3 will require macOS Monterey Swift 5.6 Swift.org Web site goes open source SwiftRemoteStudio.com This week on the live stream - updates Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift ★ Support this podcast ★By Peter Witham
 
That is by far the most important thing to do. Here are some tips from myself and wonderful folks on Twitter, to help you maintain a healthy brain and hopefully stay on the path to success without burning out all the midnight oil as you go. Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
I spent time chasing what I thought was a bug in my code, but it turned out to be in my Brain and the code was fine. Never afraid to admit my mistakes for you all to benefit from, but don't laugh too much, it could happen to you! Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
A quick thank you and please check out my guest appearance on the EmpowerApps.show podcast to discuss our hits, misses, and year of Apple development. You can find the Episode here be sure to subscribe whilst you are there, Leo has some great plans for next year. Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift -…
 
Just in time for this episode Apple has kindly released new versions of their OS' and Xcode for us to talk about. I also talk about my recent live stream on CompileSwift.live where I discover Figma and how it can help design and prototype a new iOS application I am working on. Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/…
 
In this episode, I talk about a special episode coming up reviewing the year with Leo G Dion. I also share my thoughts after a couple of weeks with the MacBook Pro 13 Max. Please leave a review and show your support? https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift Let's Connect https://bio.link/peterw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/compiles…
 
In this episode, My Development Machine Set-Up CompileSwift.live Working With Server-Sent Events Memory Leaks on M1 Macs How to Write a Good Commit Message WatchOS 8.1.1 fixes slow charging Let's Connect https://bio.link/peterw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/compileswift/message ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
Catching up on the news, AppStore changes, and a great listener recommended Swift Package to help with those SF Symbols. Leave a review or rating to say thanks https://lovethepodcast.com/compileswift Let's Connect https://bio.link/peterw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/compileswift/message ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
With macOS Monterey now hitting the updates on our machines it is time to think about updating that USB-based installer to save time in the future. In this episode I explain the simple steps to create one, I also suggest you go to the blog post below to see the terminal command. https://www.compileswift.com/journal/2021-10-25-macos-monterey-install…
 
Yep, we knew it was coming, get the low down on those new MacBook Pro's. Are developers in for a treat or have they been tricked again? Listen to find out! Love the show? Click to say yes Let's Connect https://bio.link/peterw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/compileswift/message ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
In this episode, I came across a few more useful tools and Swift libraries this week that I think will benefit your workflows and make coding a little easier. As mentioned in this episode CSS3ColorSwift Menu Bar Color Changer Silicon Apple reminder on account deletion support starting January 2022 Swift-DocC goes open source Please rate and review …
 
I know how we love to talk about cool technologies and how we solve complicated problems. Those are things we as developers and makers are interested in hearing about. But your user doesn't care about them, so stop telling them about it. In this episode, some thoughts on how important it is to communicate the right things to your users and ignore t…
 
Get up close and personal with our four GoTo leaders as we delve into details of their first meetings and impressions of one another. Which leaders have known each other the longest? Who describes themselves as 'relentless'? And which of the four leaders believes in fengshui? Get to know Andre, Patrick, Kevin and William in this special first episo…
 
I know you are thinking, well that sounds boring. But it's a really important topic, so pay attention. I'm going to offer some thoughts on how this might not be as important as it used to be depending on who you are. Let's Connect https://bio.link/peterw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/compileswift/message ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
A great question came my way this week that I suspect a lot of us Apple developers get asked. Should you learn and use UIKit or SwiftUI? I have some thoughts on this which I'm sure is no surprise, here's the advice I gave. Let's Connect https://bio.link/peterw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/compileswift/message ★ Support this podcas…
 
Over time code gets dusty just like everything else. Maybe it's old libraries or old techniques. Or worse, maybe it is something in the language that is now deprecated and will eventually stop working altogether. All good reasons to maintain a healthy code base, so let's talk about that and some suggestions on how to manage it. By the way, CompileS…
 
In a recent live stream on Twitch.tv/compileswift I was asked in the chatroom to give my thoughts on coding boot camps. I answered the question during the stream, but I felt I should dive into the answer further in this episode and give more details. You’ll have to listen to hear my thoughts. Let's Connect https://linktr.ee/peterwitham --- Send in …
 
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