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. 303 - Nada, Niente, Rien, Нищо, ナッシング

    Using his background of language and indie development, John talks the work of localisation, especially indie localisation tools, and the difference between linguistically correct and culturally correct. Scotty shares the extent of his week of primarily client work, with the coordination of some changes for an upcoming 'thing'. ...


  2. 302 - Pickled Winkles and Hybrid Apps

    Back with some post-vacation clarity, John shares a bug fix (with the help of the Customer Care Team) with voice control when using a custom UIButton class. While Scotty talks his unintentional internet blackout, the lack of cellular service, and how modern apps have developed an evergrowing internet connection addiction. ...


  3. 301 - Surely This Thing Must Be Breakable?!

    Starting with some swift ridicule this week John attempts to absolve himself from some small indiscretions from last week and talks the latest update to Preferred Content Size support within Netflix. Scotty talks dealing with background errors and how to present them in the UI and the difficulty in creating ...


  4. 300 - Tricentennial Men

    Celebrating the ripe old age of 300 episodes, this week the boys reminisce on past show titles and attempt to guess the content of the episode. John talks implementing Apple's new SharePlay and Group Activities APIs in his card-based side project and shares his cheat to learning new APIs. Scotty ...


  5. 299 - Call Me a Tw@ and You're On!

    This week the boys read some viewer mail, talk the importance of real human QA people especially in situations where real devices are needed for testing, the nuances of working on larger apps with larger teams, MoneyWell Migration and the synchronisation of attachments and the possible endless cycle of continuously ...