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Everyday Robots

Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen

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Everyday Robots is a weekly tech news podcast focused on what’s happening in the Apple world. Also featuring interviews from prominent people in the Apple community. Hosted by friends Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen two self taught iOS developers.
 
MTJC podcast is a show about mobile development. Each week Jaime Lopez, Mark Rubin (sometimes Greg Heo and Tammy Coron) and myself, Tim Mitra, will convene from across the continent to discuss iOS and Mac development. We discuss current issues to find out what developers are talking about, what their apps are about, what they are using to create their apps and what advice they have for other developers (or those looking to become one). We also have news, notes and tech tips for developers.
 
A humorous video podcast from CartoonSmart.com. Topics will include: iOS / tvOS game development with Xcode, Swift and Sprite Kit, plus anything to do with illustration, character design, animation, or Adobe software (Flash / Animate in particular). These are a bit of a spoof on our usual material (okay, very much a spoof), but we dare you NOT to learn at least something in these videos tutorials. Videos range from 30mb to 50mb (relatively small).
 
Today's applications are increasingly mobile. Computers are no longer confined to desks and laps but instead live in our pockets and hands. This course teaches students how to build mobile apps for Android and iOS, two of today's most popular platforms, and how to deploy them in Android Market and the App Store. Students learn how to write native apps for Android using Eclipse and the Android SDK, how to write native apps for iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads using Xcode and the iOS SDK, and ...
 
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This week the boys also touch on the upcoming Apple event and the high ratio of job satisfaction within the industry. Scotty shares his week of working on a command line tool and his experience with the swift argument parser. John talks about his ever-growing dynamic component library and its uses within adaptive layouts, especially his recent work…
 
This week the boys talk John's recent musical accomplishments and how he's been resolving constraints with UIButtons when the size of the content is dynamic. Scotty talks his recent work on a client's feature set and the inheritance decisions that come with an existing codebase. One More Thing by James Dempsey & The Breakpoints | Apple Music One Mo…
 
Continuing on from Monday's episode, John reveals the thrilling conclusion to his discussion on his dynamic icon button class. Scotty takes a nostalgic look back at the business and development environments of Mac apps and offers some in-home-office workout tips. Twitter | Drew McCormackBy Steve Scott (Scotty) & John Fox
 
Joe Cieplinski, from the Release Notes podcast, joins Tim to discuss his move to Colorado in his 5th appearance on MTJC. We chat about podcasting, the Apple iPhone Event, his favorite bass, form and function, SwiftUI and Michelangelo's Last Supper. Recorded Sept 14, 2021 Special Guest: Joe Cieplinski. Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and S…
 
We fact check on our start at 360iDev and follow up on Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, and tech giants planning to make their own chips. Apple releases iOS 14.6 and macOS 11.6 to prevent the Pegasus spyware gateway. We discuss Alvy Ray Smith the genius who helped make Pixar possible. We review Apple's Califironia Streaming iPhone event and new …
 
Back from a hiatus Jonathan and Mark give their first impressions of Apple’s California Streaming event. They unveiled a modern iPad mini, iPhone 13 & 13 Pro, Apple Watch Series 7 and more. Did the series 7 live up to expectations? Is this years iPhone a worthy upgrade? Mark and Jonathan talk about what they’re excited for and what they would proba…
 
Ryan McLeod stops by to discuss his ADA winning app Blackbox — the official puzzle of the More Than Just Code podcast. Special Guest: Ryan McLeod. Support More Than Just Code podcast - iOS and Swift development, news and advice Links: ‎Blackbox on the App Store Blackbox Ryan McLeod – Medium The Three-Body Problem (novel) - Wikipedia Episode 75 – Ry…
 
With a positive start this week, John talks some excitement with a new blank slate project he's working on and the pros and cons of open sourcing. Scotty talks his week of squashing a couple of little bugs and checking off down the to-do list, and investigates the world of cross-platform apps, especially any alternatives to Electron. Liz Phair song…
 
I’m joined by Austin Blake, a prolific indie developer from Salt Lake City in the US. He creates beautiful apps in the productivity niche. His note taking app Mitynote has just hit it's 3.0. release. We talked about his development, marketing, and release process, and how that's honed over time and the years. Austin has a grounded view of making hi…
 
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'. Lokalise | Localisat…
 
James Thomson joins us to talk about developing apps for Apple platforms. James is the creator of PCalc - the official calculator app of MTJC, Drag Thing and his latest app Dice by PCalc. James has been successfully writing apps longer than the iMac has been a thing, worked for Apple, had Douglas Adams beta test his apps, and has been a successful …
 
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. Michael Fey 1Password Blog…
 
John Wilker joins Tim to talk about writing sci-fi books and running 360iDev an Apple development conference - this year online and in person in Denver, Colorado. More Than Just Code has John Wilker to blame for putting Jaime and Tim in the same room, eventually with Mark and sometimes Greg and Tammy. Find out how to get a ticket either online or i…
 
In this episode Jonathan is joined by Apple Insider’s Stephen Robles. Stephen talks about starting his career covering Apple. From the early days writing instructional how to articles to joining Apple insider and creating multiple podcasts. Then Stephen talks about the gear and workflows he uses to get his work done. Finally they chat about the App…
 
Jonathan has one of his apps on a shirt thanks to Josh Holtz’s Indie Dev Monday shirt designs. Mark and Jonathan follow up on Panic’s super successful Playdate launch. Then a worrying story comes up as Apple employee Ashley Gjóvik is put on administrative leave after speaking about sexism & discrimination in the workplace. Finally they chat about A…
 
This week Tim chats with Melissa and Ryan Cash about Pok Pok and Snowman and their Apple Design Award winning apps, Pok Pok Playroom, Alto's Adventure and Alto's Odyssey. We discuss the origins of apps built by Snowman and the genesis of Pok Pok. As a bonus Ryan shares how to prepare an app for Apple Arcade. Re-edited. Special Guests: Melissa Cash …
 
Jonathan is joined by Basic Apple Guy. Guy talks about how his online persona came to be. Shares some insight into how he creates content like wallpapers, concept art, and merch. Then they chat about gear and what might Apple release in the fall. Finally they share in their excitement for Panic’s playdate pre-order and more. Email: mail@everydayrob…
 
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 errors on the ensembles based MoneyWell s…
 
We are back! In this episode, we'll explore some benefits of SwiftUI and see how you can improve your skills in simple ways. Also a productivity tip/pick for helping you create and export all the app icons you need for your app! Show Links Apply Pixels iOS 14 Icon Template How to use the iOS App Icon Template for Sketch Swipe up to bring up the doc…
 
This week Apple releases beta 3 of its new operating systems. Mark and Jonathan talk through the changes Apple has made to Safari. Then they talk about Apple’s new MagSafe battery pack that will probably work with future iPhones. Finally they chat about Apple’s new in depth tutorials teaching people UIKit and SwiftUI. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tec…
 
This week Jonathan and Mark talk about a cool Apple themed calendar Stephen Hackett has put together. A weird leaked never released WWDC intro video that features Larry David as the head of App Review. Then they chat about the back and forth stories about Apple and its office and remote work plans. Finally they wonder what will come of new rumors f…
 
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 talks the honesty behind remote working, from billing…
 
We fact check MKBHD, Air Tags, Visual Codes app, and Lavell Crawford. The iPhone shipped 14 years ago and WebKit was released 20 years ago. 100M iPhone 12 were purchased. Wrapping completion handlers into async API. GitHub Copilot · Your AI pair programmer. What's new in SwiftUI. Using SwiftUI’s AsyncImage to render remote images from URLs. What's …
 
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 upping the SwfitLint Cyclomatic C…
 
With John coming live from the east coast and Italian breakdowns, this week the boys talk ever-changing work conditions, from working remotely to the dynamics of works hours and time zones. John talks his week of heavy meetings and presentations around accessibility and inclusion. Scotty shares his week of being back on getting sync back into Money…
 
This week Mark and Jonathan talk about beta life and what they’re running on their devices. The new design changes in Safari and what its been like living with them for a few weeks. Then they talk about Apple’s excellent WWDC session videos on inclusive design. Mark shares some of his experiences helping his job to be more inclusive to those who ar…
 
I’m joined by Daniel Jilg, developer of TelemetryDeck; lightweight analytics that’s not evil. We talked at the start of Season 2 of this podcast, and I thought I’d catch up with him again about his product TelemetryDeck. Join us for an hour's conversation about app development, bikes, cats, WWDC, and life in general! David ✨ Links: Daniel Jilg on T…
 
This week the boys talk the possible return to a new 'normal' and how companies like Apple might evolve, especially with the future of WWDC. Johns work on dynamically sized cells for low vision users and the evolution of accessibility. Scotty shares his client work hiatus to better focus on MoneyWell. James Dempsey & The Breakpoints: Write To The M…
 
As WWDC 2021 has ended Jonathan got to hear from some members of the Apple community and find out their thoughts on the event. In part 2 of the WWDC special we hear from: Zack Becker, KayDaCode, Ish Shabazz, Christian Selig, and Jeff Rames. So what were some of the things they were most excited for? What API’s and announcements didn’t we get this t…
 
As WWDC 2021 draws to a close Jonathan got to hear from some members of the Apple community and find out their thoughts on the event. In part 1 we got to hear from: Becky Hansmeyer, Frank Foster, Mark Aupont, and James Thomson. So what were some of the things they were most excited for? What API’s and announcements didn’t we get this time around th…
 
We are joined by Evan K Stone and Leo Dion as we talk about the WWDC Keynote and the Platform State of the Union sessions. We fact check on Astra Zenica shots, and follow up on Sosumi, Apple product reviews, struggles with Apple Card, noisy audio while running Xcode, and people annoyed that they sold their M1's ahead of WWDC. Picks: Leo Dion's Orch…
 
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