If you are contemplating building an app for the first time, or maybe you’re looking to get an existing one ported to iOS or another mobile platform, it may be difficult to figure out how much it will cost and what a realistic project budget for it looks like. A quick look in the App Store might convince you that everyone has one and they are easy to make. However, creating a good-quality app is usually a lot of work.[…]
Choosing the best backend for your iOS App can be a challenge. The options are robust and depend on a number of questions like–do you need a cloud service? Should you run your own server? Should you use Cloudkit, Firebase, or another option? We dig into these questions and the other things you should consider when looking into back-end and cloud services for your iOS app.[…]
In this episode we talk with Manton Reece about his experience developing micro.blog for multiple Apple platforms as well as building his audience, monetization, other aspects of building an app.
In this episode we talk with Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Software about what’s new in Mac Development post-WWDC 2019. Topics Include WWDC 2019 and Swift UI How has Apple changed over the years? What happened to Marzipan? Future of macOS Running an App Business Other Podcast Episodes Empower Apps | WWDC 2019 – Apple Read more about EmpowerApps.Show – WWDC 2019 – Mac Development with Daniel Jalkut[…]
In this episode we talk with Jason Anderson about Swift UI and reactive Swift post-WWDC 2019: Functional Reactive Programming Understanding Declarative Programming Drawbacks of using Swift UI Now
In this episode we talk with Gary Sabo about the Apple Watch post-WWDC 2019. This includes Independent Watch Apps Swift UI watchOS 6 HealthKit and Fitness apps and more…
In this episode, we talk with Joe Cieplinski of Breakpoint Studio and Release Notes about the challenges and benefits companies and freelancers face in a subcontracting relationship.
In this episode we talk with Rob Kerr (@rekerrsive), mobile development consultant, about cross platform developer tools such as: Ionic, React Native, Xamarin, Flutter, and others. We compare them with native Swift development and talk about how Swift UI might change that landscape.
In this episode we talked with Joshua Greene and Michael Katz, authors of iOS Test Driven Development by Tutorials. In this episode, we talk about: Why is test-driven development is important for any dev team? How is TDD best employed with iOS development? What are some exceptions to test-driven development?