Guilherme Rambo is a Mac and iOS developer based in Brazil. Known for discovering Apple’s secrets and analyzing leaks, he writes about his discoveries on 9to5mac.
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What differentiates server-side and client-side development, Tim Cook’s testimony in front of the US Congress, the new iMac, Rambo’s secret new project, and more on John’s not-so-secret use of SwiftUI to build games.
The macOS Big Sur redesign doesn’t mean the end of the world, right? Or does it? John and Rambo discuss the reveal of Apple Silicon, macOS 11, iOS apps coming to the Mac, and much more — all during a recording session stretched out over two days in the middle of a Brazilian lightning storm.
If you are an iOS developer, you have two options when testing your apps during development: Use real devices, or the iOS Simulator that ships with Xcode. With the large amount of device shapes and sizes these days, it’s not feasible for a developer to have all of them, and that’s when the Simulator comes in handy.
On this WWDC20 special, John and Rambo start diving into the main announcements from Apple’s conference, focusing on iOS, App Clips, Widgets, Siri, Maps, watchOS, AirPods and iPadOS.
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John and Gui Rambo share their first impressions of Apple’s WWDC20 opening keynote, as well as the Platforms State of the Union session. This is the WWDC by Sundell & Friends podcast, subscribe to our daily show on the website.
Did Apple’s first ever online keynote live up to our expectations, which of the announcements were the most exciting, and what technologies are we looking forward to dive deeper into during the week? Those are just some of the questions that we’ll discuss on this first episode of the WWDC by Sundell & Friends podcast.
A deep dive into the iOS background operations model and how it could potentially be improved, rumors about both ARM Macs and a new iMac design being unveiled at WWDC20, and a discussion around designing custom systems for apps. That, and your regular updates from both John and Rambo, on this week’s episode of Stacktrace.
Preparations for WWDC, a look at the first COVID-19 exposure notification apps powered by Apple and Google’s system, and a deep dive into the world of Reactive Programming through frameworks like RxSwift and Combine. Also, will cross-platform technologies like Flutter ever take over native iOS development?
What could an iPhone without any ports look like, and is it likely that Apple would ever adopt USB-C for the iPhone? Also, Mac development, using multiple programming languages, sharing utilities between projects, and much more.
This week, John and Rambo go on a deep dive into the responder chain and how UI events are propagated on Apple’s platforms. Also, SwiftUI vs Catalyst, Apple’s mysterious new QR codes for AR, and a visit to the Sundell R&D division.
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The recent Facebook SDK crashing incident leads John and Rambo into a deep-dive on third party SDKs and various ways to handle them. Also, new thoughts and details on the rumored AirPods Studio headphones, how writing about a topic can make you re-examine your opinions on it, and the launch of FusionCast.
John automates the deployment of his website, which just celebrated its third birthday (or is it “anniversary”?), Rambo is about to launch a new app, and the two go on a deep dive into the iOS 13.5 beta and Apple + Google’s “Exposure notification” system for tracking the spread of COVID-19.
John and Rambo return to the topic of app architecture, this time to discuss how to build scalable code bases using the MVC design pattern, and also talk about what Apple’s pro-level apps (including Xcode) might look like if ported to the iPad.