SwiftUI is Apple’s new framework for building user interfaces (UI). It promises simplicity and consistency that’s been difficult to find before now. I’ve been using it for several months now, and want to explain how businesses with an app, or want one in 2020, can benefit.[…]
In this episode, Leo talks with Kevin Scott, Machine Learning expert about how to get started with Machine Learning and what are some applications for machine learning.
In this episode, Leo is joined by Paul Hudson of hackingwithswift.com about how to upgrade your skills and your team’s skills in 2020.
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.
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 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.