In this episode: we celebrate Swiftmas and Dubmas all together, plus talk about remote conferences, tuple conformance, Mint, WWDC wishlists, and more. Swift Package Index: http://swiftpackageindex.com Swift AWS Lambda runtime: https://swift.org/blog/aws-lambda-runtime Adding CI support to SPM packages: https://github.com/brightdigit/EggSeed SE-0283: Tuples Conform to Equatable, Comparable, and Hashable – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0283-tuples-are-equatable-comparable-hashable.md SE-0270: Add Collection Operations on Noncontiguous Elements: https://github.com/apple/swift-se0270-range-set/ Paul’s pick: WWDC 2020 Student Challenge Submissions: https://wwdc.github.io/2020/ Erica’s pick: Mint from Yonas Kolb and GUI Rambo’s WWDC app: https://github.com/insidegui/WWDC WWDC wishlists
Jun 21, 2020
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Mar 25, 2020
In this episode: Erica learns to pronounce things the Paul way, we're blown away by how good Swift 5.2's error messages are, and discuss listener views on the future of Swift. Control Room: https://github.com/twostraws/ControlRoom iOS Dev Survey: https://iosdevsurvey.com/ Swift Playgrounds for macOS: https://www.apple.com/uk/swift/playgrounds/ New diagnostics in Swift 5.2: https://swift.org/blog/new-diagnostic-arch-overview/ Paul's first pick: CocoaHub – https://cocoahub.app Paul's second pick: Brisk – https://github.com/twostraws/Brisk Erica's pick: Joe Groff's Twitter feed – https://twitter.com/jckarter Open ballot: Apart from async/await, what new feature do you most want to see in Swift 6?
Feb 28, 2020
In this episode: on the road to Swift 6, handling key presses in iOS, and whether to build an app or a website. Xcode 11.4 beta: https://developer.apple.com/download/ On the Road to Swift 6: https://forums.swift.org/t/on-the-road-to-swift-6/32862 SE-0276 Multi-Pattern Catch Clauses: https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0276-multi-pattern-catch-clauses.md SE-0269: Increase availability of implicit self in @escaping closures when reference cycles are unlikely to occur – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0269-implicit-self-explicit-capture.md SE-0110: Distinguish between single-tuple and multiple-argument function types – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0110-distingish-single-tuple-arg.md SwiftCrypto: https://github.com/apple/swift-crypto Paul's Pick: pressesBegan() - https://developer.apple.com/documentation/uikit/uiresponder/1621134-pressesbegan Erica's Pick: SE-0274 – Concise magic file names – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0274-magic-file.md Open ballot: When should an app idea be an app, and when should it be a website instead?
Feb 13, 2020
In this episode: Swift 5.2 snapshots are available for download, Paul enjoys some property wrappers, and we dream about what SwiftUI 2.0 might bring. App Updates for HTML5 Apps: https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=01212020a Swift 5.2 snapshots now available: https://swift.org/download Swift for Good: https://www.swiftforgood.com Paul's pick: Creating a property wrapper to give us SwiftUI's environment in UIKit. Erica's pick: SE-0253 – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0253-callable.md Open ballot: If you could change one thing about SwiftUI, what would it be?
Jan 29, 2020
In this episode: Sean's beard is staying in San Francisco, the NeXT era is ending, we discuss SwiftUI's forms system, and explore the many amazing new features from WWDC19. - The NeXT Era Ends, the Swift Era Begins: https://inessential.com/2019/06/07/the_next_era_ends_the_swift_era_begins - WWDC 2019 Session Notes: https://github.com/Blackjacx/WWDC - WWDC 2019 The Things You May Have Missed: https://patrickbalestra.com/blog/2019/06/07/wwdc-2019-the-things-you-may-have-missed.html - About SwiftUI: https://github.com/Juanpe/About-SwiftUI - Paul's pick: SwiftUI's forms – https://www.hackingwithswift.com/quick-start/swiftui/working-with-forms - Sean's pick: WWDC 2019 (Mind the Enthusiasm Gap) – https://nshipster.com/wwdc-2019/ - Open Ballot: Now that the dust has settled, what was your favorite new feature announced at WWDC19 that *isn't* SwiftUI? - Plus: your chance to win a massive pile of Swift books to enjoy over summer!
Jun 24, 2019
In this special episode we’re joined by our friends Kristina Fox, JP Simard, Gui Rambo, and Kaya Thomas as we discuss everything new from WWDC19. Strap yourselves in – this is a long one! - News: what *isn’t* news this week? We dive into dark mode, Xcode 11, ARKit, RealityKit, Vision OCR, and more. - Focus on Swift 5.1: how opaque return types, function builders, property wrappers, and module stability combine to make SwiftUI possible. - Project Catalyst: now that we can build our iOS apps for macOS, who is going to use it, what advantages and disadvantages does it have, and are we going to see mass adoption? - Open Ballot: What are your early reactions to SwiftUI? Our sponsor for this episode was MacStadium, provider of Apple Mac infrastructure-as-a-service. If you’re building apps for the Apple ecosystem, learn more about MacStadium’s infrastructure at macstadium.com. We’re also grateful to AltConf for letting us use their amazing space, to Breaker for recording and mixing the episode, and our wonderful guest hosts for giving up their time to take part. Thanks, everyone!
Jun 10, 2019
In this episode: the Apple Developer Academy is open for another year, iOS Dev Jobs launches, we reveal why "Spectre" has British spelling, and ponder what Apple might announce at WWDC19. - Swift over Coffee Live is happening at AltConf 2019! Tickets are free thanks to MacStadium and AltConf, but you need to register for one here: ti.to/altconf/SwiftoverCoffeeLive - Apple Developer Academy registration: https://9to5mac.com/2019/05/16/apple-developer-academy - GitHub sponsors: https://github.com/sponsors - iOS Dev Jobs: https://iosdevjobs.com - Paul's pick: system library targets (SE-0208) – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0208-package-manager-system-library-targets.md - Sean's pick: Spectre retrospective – https://blog.halide.cam/a-spectre-retrospective-part-1-build-a-feature-or-an-app-e9e421015432 - Open ballot: What developer changes would you like to see announced at WWDC?
May 27, 2019
In this episode: Swift hits the front-end of the web, Marzipan creeps closer, Paul talks about the importance of data hiding in Swift 5.1, and we discuss what makes for great code review. - Swift over Coffee Live is happening at AltConf 2019! Tickets are free thanks to MacStadium and AltConf, but you need to register for one here: https://ti.to/altconf/SwiftoverCoffeeLive - Unwrap for iOS: https://www.hackingwithswift.com/unwrap - Swift on WebAssembly: https://swiftwasm.org - SE-0259 - Approximate Equality for Floating Point: https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0259-approximately-equal.md - SE-0260 Library Evolution for Stable ABIs: https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0260-library-evolution.md - What to Expect From Marzipan: https://blog.iconfactory.com/2019/05/what-to-expect-from-marzipan/ - Paul's pick: How to use opaque return types in Swift 5.1 – https://www.hackingwithswift.com/articles/187/how-to-use-opaque-return-types-in-swift-5-1 - Sean's pick: Rotato – https://rotato.xyz - Pull request checklists: https://kristina.io/pull-request-checklists
May 13, 2019
In this episode: Swift 5.1 gathers strength, Realm gets swallowed up by MongoDB, Sean discovers SwiftLint, and we discuss whether Apple Arcade will be good for the indie game development community. - SE-0255 Implicit returns from single-expression functions: https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0255-omit-return.md - SE-0259 Approximate Equality for Floating Point: https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0259-approximately-equal.md - Swift 5.1 snapshots available: https://swift.org/download/ - Realm acquired by MongoDB: https://realm.io/blog/mongodb-to-acquire-realm-the-future-is-bright/ - Docker Hub security breach: https://thehackernews.com/2019/04/docker-hub-data-breach.html - Paul's pick: Zephyr – https://github.com/ArtSabintsev/Zephyr - Sean's pick: SwiftLint – https://github.com/realm/SwiftLint - Open ballot: Do you think Apple Arcade will be good for the wider iOS game development community?
Apr 29, 2019