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.[…]
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.
In this episode we talk with John Knox about the Business of Software conference, hiring an iOS developer, and getting hired as an iOS developer.
While cross-platform mobile development has become a trend when it comes to making apps, people still ask us regularly when it is worth getting an app developed natively. The fact is, you can get adequate results with cross-platform development tools in many instances. However, for a more optimal user experience and easier maintenance, there are important reasons to consider native app development.[…]
In this episode we talk with Abbey Jackson about how to improve testing and reliability with modularizing your iOS applications in Xcode. Breaking Down How Xcode Works Modularizing Components Dealing with Source Control Faster Build Times