In this episode, we talk with Jaim Zuber of Sharp Five Software of what companies should know when hiring an outside contract developer.
On June 1st, we will be hosting a Swift Workshop at The Fledge in Lansing. If you are just getting interested in developing an app for the iPhone. This free introductory workshop will help you get started.[…]
Back in February, I did an episode of my podcast where I gave an overview of different backend options when developing a mobile application. In short, when looking for the right option, there is a plethora of choices. For instance, for Swift developers, Vapor has become an increasingly apt choice. Therefore, I decided to deep dive into Vapor and whether it is really a viable choice.[…]
In this episode, Leo goes over some of the apps for the Mac, iPad, and iPhone which are used to create, organize or manage for businesses. These include apps for: creating video and audio work managing your social media on the go dealing with accounting and financials scheduling meetings and managing communication
In this episode, Leo talks different backend technologies to use when building an iOS app or any other Apple device: when you need a cloud service, running on your own server, cloudkit, firebase, and more… Does an app need a back-end or cloud service? Enterprise vs MVP Cloud Service vs. Custom Backend Firebase vs CloudKit Read more about EmpowerApps.Show – Cloud and Backend Services For Apps[…]
In this episode, Leo talks about the current state of Apple in 2019 and how it affects businesses and developers: Slow Down in Smartphone Sales The Future For Macs and Business Apple and China Apple’s Move to Services on Other Platforms Apple’s Relationship to the Cloud and Developers