A podcast by iOS developers for iOS developers, delivering news, tips, and rants for professional iOS/Mac developers, with something for enterprise and indie developers alike.
Hosted by Darryl Thomas and John Sextro.
@iOhYesPodcast Length is fine! More rants!— Rauli Rikama (@raulirikama) September 3, 2015
@iOhYesPodcast Length is fine! More rants!
@iOhYesPodcast I actually have a zip library too (UnzipKit). Don’t let the name fool you, it zips also https://t.co/nDppHOge6Y— Dov Frankel (@DovFrankel) September 4, 2015
@iOhYesPodcast I actually have a zip library too (UnzipKit). Don’t let the name fool you, it zips also https://t.co/nDppHOge6Y
@AshtonDev Thanks for the quick PRs to add Mac OS X support to ZipUtilities. // cc @iOhYesPodcast— Nolan O'Brien (@NolanOBrien) September 5, 2015
@AshtonDev Thanks for the quick PRs to add Mac OS X support to ZipUtilities. // cc @iOhYesPodcast
Note: He actually added Mac OS X Framework, iOS Dynamic Framework, Carthage and CocoaPods support!
Note: The conference Ashton spoke at that Darryl mentioned is DevWorld. He spoke about designable and inspectable views. Ashton’s slides/code can be found here: https://github.com/Ashton-W/devworld-designables
What are some nice patterns or not-so-nice anti-patterns/bugs you notice in iOS apps? How can devs go about fixing those problems?
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