It is surprisingly easy to build the wrong thing in iOS app development. For instance we can easily build something that doesn’t meet client or customer needs. On the other hand, It’s also fairly easy to build the right thing, but have it not work properly. A simple, reliable way to avoid this is by using Test-Driven Development.[…]
In this episode, Leo is joined by Alex Bush of Inside iOS Dev podcast to talk about their developer wish list for 2020 such as improvements to Xcode and Swift development as well as our thoughts on the future of SwiftUI.
In this episode, Leo talks with Steve Lipton of MakeAppPie about how to maintain your staff’s skill level when it comes to iOS Development and Swift as well as: Why Training Is Important What Makes For Good Training Material Creating Good Training Videos How to Judge Good Training Material Online Specific Challenges with Xcode and Read more about EmpowerApps.Show – Training Your Team with Steve Lipton[…]
In this episode, Leo talks with Gui Rambo about how current apps could be built while taking into account possible future hardware from Apple.
In this episode, Leo talks with Peter Witham of the CompileSwift podcast about managing iOS development teams and dealing with new technologies.
In this episode we talk with Paul J Schmidt of Uno Deuce Multimedia about the iPhone 11 and the Mac lineup and how it affects his business and others especially in the area of multimedia production.
In this episode we talk with Jeff Gamet from Smile about how to get how to get your message to media, bloggers, and podcasters about your app.
In this episode we talk with Ariel Michaeli of App Figures about integrating App Store Optimization with the marketing and development process of building an app.
When you want to hire an iOS developer to build an app for you, it can be hard to know what they need to know if you’re not a developer yourself. This is pretty significant, as choosing the right developer could have huge consequences once the project starts.[…]