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.
Listening @iOhYesPodcast new episode while traveling to the Pacific Ocean side of the city. http://t.co/2eCdvxMyFO
— Yoshimasa Niwa (@niw) December 6, 2014
Listened to @iOhYesPodcast on my evening walk. @superme's typography reminds me of titles from a Lynch movie. //@jazzychad @dh_thomas @jak
— Jon Gary (@recordtronic) December 8, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast finally, an honest discussion and overview of dev'ing and product. Thanks @jazzychad — Nolan O'Brien (@NolanOBrien) December 8, 2014
Just listened @iOhYesPodcast. I thought Swift is not good for beginners since at this moment, it adds extra complexity on UIKit ObjC APIs...
— Yoshimasa Niwa (@niw) November 25, 2014
@dh_thomas @niw @iohyespodcast would be interesting to get @sandofsky's take, or someone who took his class (@allidryer @franklin_ho) — Evan Davis (@wahoo) November 25, 2014
@wahoo @dh_thomas @niw @iohyespodcast I'm going all-swift on new projects. Anecdotally, big companies with existing code aren't moving.
— Ben Sandofsky (@sandofsky) November 25, 2014
@wahoo @dh_thomas @niw @iOhYesPodcast @sandofsky @allidryer I found the APIs straightforward with Swift. Definitely good for beginners. — Franklin Ho (@franklin_ho) November 25, 2014
ZLSwipeableView - https://github.com/zhxnlai/ZLSwipeableView
@iOhYesPodcast love the first 5 minutes of glorious nonsense in the latest episode. Well done.
— Jon Hill (@jon_m_hill) November 14, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast #Hockeyapp Android / iOS, group and user level permission, crash logging / tracking, github integration, user feedback, etc.
— James Parker (@parkej60) November 15, 2014
Listened to @iOhYesPodcast #46 hoping for C languages as a topic, got a great discussion on OO design. More Gang-of-Four Design Patterns!
— Nolan O'Brien (@NolanOBrien) November 18, 2014
A great open-source resource was my classmates work on Github. We had to submit work using Github and it quickly became a great resource for looking at other classmates’ code. If you search for “CodePath” and filter for Swift on Github, you’ll find many of the designer and engineering assignments for the Swift classes.
@iOhYesPodcast Great discussion last podcast. Can you guys go deeper into SOLID in a future-sode? Please overclock @jazzychad when you do.
— Sir Adam Huda (@thinktopdown) November 1, 2014
my favorite trope from @iOhYesPodcast: @dh_thomas insults @jak and @jazzychad laughs hysterically. i want more moments just like this please — Kim Etzel (@KimEtzel84) October 31, 2014
2048, An open source version of the game “2048”
git clone https://github.com/ik/2048.git
Is this damaging to the original developer of the game or does this follow the old adage, “There’s no such thing as bad publicity”
@iOhYesPodcast Have been happily using Storyboards in a team of 8 developers. 100+ screens, 20+ storyboards. Enterprise ready!
— Ashton (@AshtonDev) October 20, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast Great show with Adam! Speaking of Adam, When can I expect to hear an iOhYes show on threading, Mr. Axe? POSIXtively exciting!
— Adam Hitt (@nibsandxibs) October 21, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast Hello from Romania, Europe! Very nice podcast:) If you accept topic suggestions I would like to hear about SpriteKit/SceneKit
— Ilea Cristian (@ileacristian) October 22, 2014
Send us your shoutouts: @iohyespodcast
John is on “special assignment” this week, so we have decided to play for you a previously unreleased discussion we think you all will enjoy.
@iOhYesPodcast Hi guys, you have a very cool podcast! Thanks for mentioning my LNNotificationsUI framework!
— Leo Natan (@LeoNatan) October 9, 2014
@dh_thomas @jazzychad @iOhYesPodcast "We can fix it in post processing"
— Brandon Carpenter (@bhcarpenter) October 9, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast Re: Photo Extensions - seems like they can only be launched from the Photos App. In other news, you're awesome. — Gavin Aiken (@gavaiken) October 8, 2014
Very interesting discussion of OpenGL and Metal by @dh_thomas on @iOhYesPodcast — Ashton (@AshtonDev) October 14, 2014
Apple Pay Stubs from Stripe
Provides a mock payments ViewController (w/ test credit cards, addresses, etc.) for testing integration with PassKit / Apple Pay.
git clone https://github.com/stripe/ApplePayStubs.git
ScrimpyCat's Metal Examples
There are surprisingly few open source projects using Metal so far, but here’s a repo with some sample code illustrating the use of basic Metal APIs and shaders.
git clone https://github.com/ScrimpyCat/Metal-Examples.git
@dh_thomas @jak @iOhYesPodcast @johnsextro I did it so I'd have something for those form fields.
— Brent Engels (@ebrent) September 28, 2014
@johnsextro @jak @iOhYesPodcast @dh_thomas Something like "Scaled Points the Game as it climbed to 10,000 daily unique users" — marksands (@marksands) September 29, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast @johnsextro @dh_thomas my CV is heavily edited. 2 - 3 accomplishments (w/ numbers if possible) per position
— Jason Kozemczak (@jak) September 28, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast @johnsextro @dh_thomas Schools are optimized at the top of the funnel (recruiting / financial aid); alumni network sometimes
— Jason Kozemczak (@jak) September 28, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast @johnsextro @dh_thomas choose higher Ed for learning / personal growth, not for securing a job. — Jason Kozemczak (@jak) September 28, 2014
@jazzychad StarbuckFeedViewController is the harbinger of death? @iohyespodcast #diversifyshoutouts
— Kim Etzel (@KimEtzel84) September 22, 2014
@iOhYesPodcast +1 for Hopper. It's what made the Internet hate me for a day http://t.co/Akz4gwXdTe /cc @dh_thomas
— marksands (@marksands) September 13, 2014
@dh_thomas @iOhYesPodcast is good stuff :)
— Ashton (@AshtonDev) September 15, 2014
@AshtonDev @iOhYesPodcast and I keep thinking about network reachability
— dbradby (@dbradby) September 15, 2014
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