The guys talk about GDPR, interesting stats about non-native frameworks, and the latest Swift news among other things.
A podcast about iOS Development from three iOS Developers based in Cincinnati, OH
The guys talk about GDPR, interesting stats about non-native frameworks, and the latest Swift news among other things.
The guys talked about WWDC 2018, a little about the Education Event, and Flutter.
It wouldn't be SharedInstance if they didn't talk about emoji at all. There's not too much news, so Sam puts on his tinfoil hat, Argo comes up with a totally unoriginal get-rich-quick scheme, and Alex tells us about an intriguing App architecture book.
The guys catch up on iOS news and then talk about emoji rejections and the effects of getting featured in the app store.
The guys talk about Project Marzipan and some other minor iOS related news and then dive into 2018 Resolutions.
First, Alex and Sam convince Argo that Kotlin has more promise than he thought. After that the guys discuss the latest round of news on App Store templates and "Design Spam" rejections. Finally, everyone revisits their 2017 goals they set at the beginning of the year.
Argo complains about people conflating the App Store Review and Human Interface Guidelines, and then the whole gang discuss whether there is much ado about iOS app architecture. They also discuss some of the tradeoffs between emergent design and having a common architecture in different type of shops.
The guys discuss iPhone X preparations, questionable investing advice, and Argo talks a little bit about a lecture he recently attended by Steve Wozniak.
The guys discuss Apple's recent spat with template apps of many different varieties. Sam's also discusses the app he just launched.
Speaking of Android Development
The guys talk about the new goodies they received from Apple and then discuss the Codable protocol and JSON Parsing in Swift 4.
Fun talk about the preorders last week and what to do about that notch.
The guys react to the Fall 2017 iPhone event and then discuss what you're going to have to do in order to update your apps for the iPhone X.
The guys do their yearly WWDC N-1 episode to remind us all what APIs/technologies you can now use if you drop support for the now 2-yeard old OS.
All the news that's fit to talk about and some that isn't.
The guys discuss the latest news, speculate on how iOS 11 will handle / support the new iPhone screen size / function area, and talk about the upcoming US eclipse.
Conversations about the latest apple news and the infamous Google Memo.
The guys talk about the recent HomePod firmware leak and dig into whether your should use a hamburger menu in your app.
The guys discuss some of Sam's hardware woes, how the iOS 11 release is slowly creeping up on us, and talk about some other stuff too.
Sorry, a machine failure made this a challenging episode to get out. Audio has been fixed as well.
This week we talked about the epidemic of obesity sweeping across the App Store and how to combat it.
The guys talk about some new hardware, including the new iPad Pros, and wander through a bunch of other topics.
Early podcast this week with a hot take on all the new WWDC goodies for developers.
Could this be the year that the number of hardware announcements outweigh the software announcements?
The guys react to Google I/O '17 news, Argo rambles for a while on Mobile VR, and they continue on with some more WWDC Wishlist/Predictions.
WWDC Predictions part one. We had a lot to talk about and will get to the rest next week.
The guys chat a bit about the timing to making apps in relation to WWDC, how to Google for programming languages, and some other news of note.
Happy Star Wars day! Here's an episode that doesn't say anything about it.
The discuss some news, talk about some newly invigorated review terrorists, and then remind you all of things that you are forgetting to test in your mobile apps.
News and Notes plus we tackle the next topic on our app dev checklist: Analytics
The guys discuss the latest news and do a deep dive on localization. Sam mentions something he is jealous of Android for.
The guys discuss some news and then talk about accessibility.
It's our 100th episode and we reflect back on our tenure and debate how much further we should take the show.
The guys discuss their Nintendo Switches, the S3 outage as it related to many apps, and started their "Production App Checklist" by talking about crash logging with a rather ironic finish.
Ok maybe he isn't a lord yet but he is our special guest. Eric Maxwell from Realm gives us the low down on Realm and a new offering called Realm Mobile Platform.
The guys respond to the WWDC news and a few other things.
What does your GitHub account say about you?
The guys talk about the news and discuss React Native after Artsy posted a few retrospective pieces on using it for their iOS app.
And Argo has an expedited review.
The guys discuss Chris Lattner's awesome interview on atp.fm, talk about Google acquiring Fabric from Twitter, and talk about some common iOS view-level architectures.
In this episode we sit down and chat about the mobile technology that we think is emerging and the tech that is submerging.
The guys talk about the latest news, and discuss their new years tech resolutions.
We had a great time revisiting our first episode of the year in which we predicted what awaited us in 2016. Sometimes we were accurate other times not so much.
The guys talk about the the latest OS updates, dealing with dependencies old and new, and automated functional testing, and iOS project templates. Also, Sam accidentally calls 911.
Sorry for the late release. It's been crazy hectic this week.
The guys discuss Apple taking a step away from certain things (automation, displays, routers), the latest developer news, and try to figure how to cut the cord with a good cable replacement service.
It's the annual Christmas Wish List episode where we talk about the stuff we wish Santa would bring but probably won't.
The guys avoid talking about the latest election results by discussing the latest in Apple developer news and migrating to Swift 3.
A quick round up of the latest news developments and discussion of the new MacBook Pro and how to program for the Touchbar.
We did it! We spoke about the lack of a hardware announcement and Apple came through!
The guys talk about search ads, Google's Pixel Event, voice assistants and the controversy over Dash being removed from the app store.
Down one man, the guys talk about the latest developer things, Google's Allo/privacy, and the rumored Twitter Acquisition.
It's our annual what's new in the n-1 release of iOS episode.
The guys talk about the recent Apple event and discuss the latest shift in Overcast podcast player business model along with general discussion on ads and in-app subscriptions.
Brought to you early this week so that you can listen to something while waiting for the next iPhone announcement.
Sam gives a recap of his time at 360 iDev.
Sam is missing this week so the Alexs discuss the weeks news, unique identifiers for your app, and R.swift
This week the guys talk about the "monorepo", planning and estimating, and churn a little more about "The Churn".
The guys talk about the happenings in the iOS world and Sam laments having to uglify some code in the name of analytics.
In this episode, the guys talk about Swift 3 wrapping up, what's coming in Swift 4, and beyond.
Last week's episode had some technical difficulties but we managed to stop playing Pokemon Go long enough to record this episode for your listening pleasure.
We discuss various feedback topics including the continuing Spotify saga plus how we do various project management tasks and lastly Alex is going rogue.
The guys discuss the recent Spotify complaints about Apple and some other news items.
The guys talk about Xcode Source Editor Extensions, mourn the loss of Alfred, and talk about other things Apple has 'Sherlocked'.
The 3 of us recap our experiences of WWDC week.
The guys talk a bit more about the upcoming WWDC and some other small news items and finished recording right before Apple decided to drop some Phil Schiller news bombs
To be dynamic or to be static. Swift, you're not the life blood of the party. You need to be more dynamic like you're brother Obj-C
The guys talk about Google IO and related topics, what did/didn't make it into Swift 3, awesome new app review times, and dealing with work/life balance.
Natasha the Robot tells us about being a digital nomad and her September conference try! Swift in New York City.
This week the guys talk about their hardware/software wishlist for WWDC in the calm before the storm.
The gang pontificates on the AppleTV and AppleWatch 6 months and 1 year in.
The guys talk about going to WWDC and the lottery. They also hit on some of the latest news, include Apple Watch future requirements and paid search.
Apple opened up the lottery for WWDC and Facebook held their annual developer conference F8
The guys talk about Reactive vs Traditional programming and also discuss the latest in Apple developer-ish news.
Continuing the new format with news and a main topic. This week RxSwift. Don't forget the survey.
The guys switch things up a little bit and talk a bit about the latest news and then dig into a discussion on dependencies.
Apple had it's Spring event and John Connor is happy
The crew talks the latest in named function parameters in Swift, the state of the Mac/iOS App Stores, and speculate about the upcoming March Apple event.
Lots of fun news this week.
The guys give an update on their usage of tvOS and discuss the current state of the OS. They also touch on Microsoft acquiring Xamarin, stumble through some react native stuff, and talk about IBM and their swift contributions.
The gang talks a little more about Parse and some newish continuous integration tools, and how to get your apps out to users to test. We'll be back next week after our apps are all done 'processing'.
It's our 1 year anniversary 1 week late. Lot's of good topics in this episode ranging from RxSwift vs ReactiveCocoa to the new JSON parsing library from Big Nerd Ranch
All of the guys were/will be at least briefly affected by the looming Parse shutdown. They discuss the shutdown itself, and what to do in the future for apps that need a backend / apps that need to be migrated off of Parse.
This week package managers and test runners
The guys discuss all the recent news around iAd and iOS 9.3 and then interview special guest Josh Brown of Roadfire Software about his new book 'Parsing JSON in Swift'
Announcing the new SharedInstance Slack. Alex makes an iOS conference list and more.
The guys discuss some of the news and tips and tricks that happened over their break, and discuss their tech resolutions for 2016. They also play a game of Buy/Sell/Hold with Apple developer tech.
The guys talk some more about recent Swift news and put a bow on the podcast for this year.
Something got released as open source on Linux this week. Not sure what it could be...
In this episode, the guys chat about all the development tools that are indispensable to them. FIXED_AUDIO
It's the end of the year, a time of giving. The guys talk about what's on their list of things they would like some gadgety and some not so gadgety including a cow for Sam, sort of.
The guys talk about the elephant(s) in the room: including odd Apple product launches, the iPad Pro, MASpocalype, and also some updates to iTunes Connect.
The guys discuss some App Store review guidelines and many aspects of the new AppleTV including input, on demand resources, and some apps that left impressions.
Twitter buys an open source project? Nobody must have told them that they could use it for free.
The guys talk about their experience building an app over the weekend and some of the technical decisions/challenges that they had to face.
Sorry for the tardiness in getting this one out the door. It's been a hard week.
In a slow news week, the guys talk AppleTV NDAs, USB Type C cables, Amazon/AppleTV, and the El Capitan's consequences, and lament the state of Apple's audio-based apps (Podcasts/Audiobooks/Music)
It's a round up of the latest and greatest in the Apple iOS world
The guys discuss AppleTV dev kits, content blocking, and Sam and Alex get reprimanded for not sharing crash reports with developers.
Continuing our discussion from last week we delve a little deeper into the AppleTV
The guys delve into the latest Apple mega-event where they updated everything based on iOS and what it means to them.
It's like June 2014 & we're talking about all of the new cool stuff from WWDC'14 except that now you can actually use it.
The guys chat about 360iDev and conferences in general. They also hit on a few topics related to releasing apps including App Store Review, automating your submissions, and even prototyping apps at the beginning.
This week we discuss news of note and crazy software license fiascos.
The guys talk about the current landscape with dependency management on iOS and delve into a few other topics.
Swift 2.0 library changes
This week the SharedInstance gang laments the lack of news, talks about upcoming conferences, and talks UICollectionView reordering.
This week the SharedInstance gang talks about app preview videos and how they can improve the sale of your apps.
Big news this week for the SharedInstance Podcast.
The guys discuss the latest (Taylor) Swift news, non-retina devices, bitcode and chat a bit about iOS Accessibility.
WWDC is over and the guys have had a chance to dig into a bunch of the sessions and discuss their impressions.
Recorded after the first day of WWDC we discuss the things we loved and didn't love so much including Eddie Cue's shirt.
The guys get together and nerd out on what they want/think will be announced at WWDC '15.
The crew talks about their tips for surviving WWDC in San Francisco. They also include some potentially mediocre tourism advice for San Francisco.
The gang finally gets around to discussing Continuous Integration and their experiences with it.
This week is a jam packed episode full of the happenings from the past week from watches to Windows 10 to the new ReactiveCocoa 3.0 that is currently in beta.
The guys are joined by Josh Brown of Roadfire Software to talk about all things Swift, including whats new in 1.2 and how to introduce Swift to your codebase.
Today we're joined by Charles Perry of the Release Notes Podcast and Metakite Software. We had a great time talking to Charles about his new upcoming conference also called Release Notes.
The guys complain/talk some more about CoreData, talk about a few lotteries(WWDC/Special Blue Developer Watch Shipping, WatchKit and Image Editors useful for Mobile
After a small break we're back to our normal schedule. This week we have an interview with the illustrious Gordon Hughes talking about his experience at the Ull conference in Ireland plus more.
The SharedInstance gang discusses recent announcements from Facebook's F8, mainly focusing on two of Facebook's open source libraries: React Native and ComponentKit
Hate might be strong word but we have all been feeling the pain lately that is Core Data. This week we discussed several viable alternatives.
This weeks episode was about hacking. Not the black hat cyber hacking stuff but about hackathons and hackintoshes.
This week we hit the high points of Apple's "Spring Forward" event including talk of USB3 Type C connector, new hardware, and ResearchKit... and maybe a little bit of talk about some new watch.
This week we hit on a number of topics ranging from the Spring Event to Swift on other platforms to a lengthy discussion on our pics of the week. Plus there's a cool Easter egg hidden in one of our links today.
Up this week we talk about the imminent release of the Apple Watch. Then we speculate on the Apple Car and what it might be like if Microsoft had made one. Lastly, thoughts from the diaspora of various beta distribution and crash reporting left by the demise of TestflightApp.com
This week we touch on Sam's experiences at RWDevcon. Discuss our feelings about Swift, its 1.2 beta release and speculate on the nature of UXKit.
In this episode we’re down one Alex but Sam & Alex Argo manage to discuss various topics trending in the iOS and mobile world from the past week. React Native from Facebook was first up followed by a discussion about life & revenue on the App Store. They then discuss their opinions on the new iOS Beta 5 and WatchKit. Finally a discussion around an interesting tool to help identify all of the Copy Pasta in a larger app evolved out of a couple edited awkward moments.