The iDeveloper Podcast

--- Steve Scott (Scotty) & John Fox ---

The iDeveloper Podcast is a magazine style podcast for OS X and iOS developers. Each episode looks at subjects such as recent developer news, technical issues around cocoa and cocoa touch, the latest tools and utilities as well as examining the business side of being an indie Mac or iOS developer.

Brought to you by Steve Scott (Scotty) & John Fox of The iDeveloper Podcast

Latest Episodes…

  1. 269 - A Fractionally Interesing Episode

    This week John talks his latest translation success with Netflix now being fully localised for Russia and the work that goes into localising an app, from the many translations for singular English words to the expansions of others. Scotty talks the ever growing generational gap as iOS devices change and ...


  2. 268 - end tell! end tell! end tell!

    With John's return to his regularly scheduled programming this week, he announces his appreciation for user feedback, both good and bad. Also sharing some insight into his current WIP with navigation, and talks on how accessibility is starting to be perceived as more of a fundamental than as an afterthought. ...


  3. 267 - L'Assenza Fa Crescere IL Cuore Più Forte

    After a much longer than expected break the boys are finally back with a bumper length episode of what's been going on in their world of tech, complete with all the usual incompetence. With Johns recent international adventure, the boys talk what comes with trying to continue to work with ...


  4. 266 - All Drag, No Control

    Following a brief history lesson on English beer, John talks the changes in implementing the MDX (Multi Device Experience) within the new Network Permissions coming with iOS 14. And still firmly on the KVO train, this week Scotty gives more insight into his work on notifications and bindings within MoneyWell. ...


  5. 265 - To Merge, or Not to Merge, That Is the Question

    This week Scotty talks more on notifications within the existing MoneyWell and the work being done to bring the code base back up to scratch. Also on the decision on deployment targets, how old is too old? John talks his recent cell sizing problems with dynamic type when viewed on ...