September 5, 2014 at 3:00PM • 1 hour 19 minutes
Jeffrey Zeldman returns with the Big Web Show back on 5by5. For his first interview, he talks with Dan Benjamin about the evolution and changing importance of the web, 90's slang, and more.
Hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman.
September 5, 2014 at 1:00PM • 1 hour 3 minutes
A discussion about the recently-released "Common Markdown," nee Standard Markdown, as well as iCloud security.
Hosted by Brett Terpstra & Christina Warren.
September 5, 2014 at 8:45AM • 59 minutes
Send us your shoutouts: @iohyespodcast
- What are they
- Turns out..."Extensions" is not a single concept. Multiple flavors known as extension points.
- App Extension lets you extend custom functionality and content beyond your app and make it available to users while they’re using other apps.
- App Extensions are a separate binary that runs independent of your app.
- Extensions Points
- Today - interact with the “Today” view of notification center
- Share - Post to sharing website (twitter) or share content with others
- Action - manipulate or view content within the context of another app
- Photo Editing - edit a photo with Photos app
- Finder (OS X only) won’t discuss
- Document Provider - manager files
- Custom Keyboard - replace custom keyboard
- Apple is really stressing “Trust” as a key when creating a custom keyboard. Your users are giving you access to everything they type including passwords and other sensitive data.
- App extension must exactly match one of the types of extensions. You can’t create a generic extension that matches more than one extension points.
- What can’t they do
- Access a sharedApplication object
- Use any API marked in header files with the NS_EXTENSION_UNAVAILABLE macro
- Access camera or mic
- Perform background tasks
- Receive data via AirDrop
- App Extensions must be delivered via a Containing App on iOS.
- Common Needs
- Sharing data with containing app requires special considerations. Need to use a share container. Watch out for data corruption/
- Deploying to older version of iOS
- Need to take advantage of conditional linking
- Use dlopen command if systemVersion return iOS 8.0 or later
Open-Source project of the week
- Contains tons, and I do mean tons, of code samples for doing just about everything under the sun on iOS.
- Great for someone looking to try something new or for those just getting started with iOS development.
- Synalyze It!
- Synalyze It! allows you to create a grammar for your binary files interactively (or you can download shared grammars for common file formats). Unlike in regular hex editors or viewers the files are interpreted automatically for you. Additionally Synalyze It! is a full-featured Hex Editor for Mac OS X allowing you to edit files of unlimited size and interpret the bytes with dozens of text encodings.
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- Touch the User
- Hope for the best while expecting the worst
- Get the eyeballs
- Hole 287
- Zen and the art of golfing
- Hone assembly skills
- Hex editor on speed
- I wanna go lower level
- I don’t get anything done
- You had ONE job
- Put a bird on it apps
Hosted by Chad Etzel, Darryl Thomas, and John Sextro.
September 5, 2014 at 8:00AM • 54 minutes
Let's pretend (ha!) that some of us don't actually know IRC that well. How do you do the IRCs? What's the privacy like? How do you "get into it"?
Hosted by Christie Koehler & Kevin Purdy.
September 5, 2014 at 6:00AM • 39 minutes
Dave and Aaron discuss how to schedule freelance work when you have an erratic day-job schedule, and also how to know when it's right to subcontract, and when it's better to learn the skill yourself.
Then there's the story about a little bat.
Hosted by Aaron Mahnke & Dave Caolo.
September 4, 2014 at 9:00PM • 1 hour 39 minutes
Los chicos hablan de como están probando Android, mas sobre el evento iPhone 6 (y iWatch?) del 9 de Septiembre, teclado QuickBoard, sistema de pagos rumoreado, preventa del iPhone 6 en China, Anandtech pierde su creador, robo de datos de iCloud, En tu Mac (Pregunta sobre Airport Extreme, Verificación de dos pasos y Spotlight).
Hosted by Federico Hatoum & Flavio Guinsburg.
September 4, 2014 at 6:00PM • 57 minutes
This week on Supercharged we’re talking about next week’s Apple event, a bunch of Android stuff, and the big nude celebrity photo theft. We’re also answering your questions about messy Macs and laptop cooling pads.
Hosted by Adam Dachis.
September 4, 2014 at 4:00PM • 55 minutes
Iain and Donna talk about Amazon's newly launched Kids' Book Creator; picking names for characters; Eleanor Catton's grant for writers to read; and just how useful are writers' notebooks, really?
Hosted by Donna Sørensen & Iain Broome.
September 4, 2014 at 11:00AM • 1 hour 12 minutes
With Dan still out, Shawn King and Jim talk about Apple's upcoming September 9th event, the large scale celebrity iCloud hack, how to keep your passwords safe with 1Password, Marshall amps, and more!
Hosted by Jim Dalrymple & Dan Benjamin.