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58: “It does what it says on the tin”

What happens when an indie developer’s product gets copied by Apple, should the App Store review team reject apps based on their visuals or feature set, and what products could we expect Apple to launch in the fall? Also, a brand new segment called “Stacktrace Arcade”, the complexities of releasing software, and much more. Sponsored by MacStadium:Get50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code9TO5MAC, orget started with MacStadium’s newOrka private cloud. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Pragma conference BA: Swiftable Server-side Swift conference “What To Do When You Get Sherlocked By Apple” Steve Troughton-Smith’s tweet about Lotto Machine being rejected Sayonara Wild Hearts Where Cards Fall “The Swift 5.1 features that power SwiftUI’s API”

68 MIN3 d ago
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58: “It does what it says on the tin”

57: “It doesn’t have to be a casino”, with AltStore developer Riley Testut

Riley Testut has recently been making a big splash in the community with his AltStore and Delta projects, and on this special episode of Stacktrace, he joins John and Rambo to talk about why and how he built them, and how he thinks they might impact the Apple developer community going forward. Sponsored by MacStadium:Get50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code9TO5MAC, orget started with MacStadium’s newOrka private cloud. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Riley on Twitter AltStore Episode with Casey Liss

67 MIN1 w ago
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57: “It doesn’t have to be a casino”, with AltStore developer Riley Testut

56: “Dark mode all the things”

John and Rambo dive into iOS and iPadOS 13 — what’s new, what’s missing, and what’s the overall state of Apple’s operating systems? Also, credit card scanning, and Apple Arcade first impressions. Sponsored by MacStadium:Get50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code9TO5MAC, orget started with MacStadium’s newOrka private cloud. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Interview with Checkm8 developer Rene’s video on Checkm8 The Vision framework checkm8 Sneaky Sasquatch ChuChu Rocket! Universe Bleak Sword

73 MIN2 w ago
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56: “Dark mode all the things”

55: "The big Apple holiday"

Reviews of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and the Apple Watch Series 5 — as well as search engine optimization, what goes into releasing a new open source project, and the science of pizza. Sponsored by totallee:Get 25% off all totallee iPhone cases for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, & 11 Pro Maxwith codeSTACKTRACE. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Rambo’s open source sheet for iOS John’s Swift Package Manager Bash script Google’s SEO guidelines Swedish kebab pizza Review Stacktrace on Apple Podcasts

59 MIN3 w ago
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55: "The big Apple holiday"

54: “A whole wardrobe full of hats”, with special guest David Barnard

David Barnard, creator of apps like Launch Center Pro, joins John and Rambo for a special indie development edition of the show. The pros and cons of being indie, how and when to outsource tasks to others, and much more. Also, the state of inter-app communication on iOS, the power of customizable UIs, and what makes us excited about the iPhone 11 Pro. Sponsored by Spike: Get Spike conversational email. An all-in-one communication and collaboration workspace that turns your existing email into simple, chat conversations. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links David on Twitter Launch Center Pro Weather Up RevenueCat

79 MINSEP 19
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54: “A whole wardrobe full of hats”, with special guest David Barnard

53: "It’s a camera party!"

John and Rambo review Apple’s 2019 iPhone Keynote, and share their first impressions of Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, iPhone 11 and its Pro siblings, the new iPad and Apple Watch models, and much more. Also, is the new iPhone worthy of the name “Pro”, and who won this round of Apple Keynote Poker? Sponsored by Experimax: Save big on pre-owned Macs including the 12-inch MacBook and much more. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Watch the keynote Previous episode’s Keynote Poker bets

80 MINSEP 12
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53: "It’s a camera party!"

52: “Apple Cardboard”

It’s once again time for John and Rambo to face off in an epic game of Apple Keynote Poker — this time speculating about what Apple might announce at next week’s September Event. Also, Apple AR hardware, more evidence of an “Apple Tag” device, and Apple Watch sleep tracking. Sponsoredby Withings:Getup to 40% offWithingsactivity & sleep watches, body composition smart scales, advances sleep tracking and health monitors. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links ‘Apple Glasses’ explained and how iPhone-connected item trackers will work Apple Watch sleep tracking Gurman’s piece on what to expect from Apple in the fall Poker scorecard

66 MINSEP 5
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52: “Apple Cardboard”

51: "The buzzword episode"

Stacktrace turns into the Accidental Web and Hardware Podcast, as John and Rambo go on a deep dive into search algorithms, server-less cloud functions, Raspberry Pi and Arduino hardware hacking. Also, what’s up with the iOS 13.1 beta being released before 13.0 is out? Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Swift by Sundell’s new search feature Cloudflare Workers Homebridge Raspberry Pi Arduino Rust Rambo’s Apple beta API TextMate BBEdit Reveal Sketch Transmit NetNewsWire Forecast iA Writer Ulysses AirBuddy iTerm DaisyDisk

76 MINAUG 29
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51: "The buzzword episode"

50: "Rambo walks into an Apple Store"

John launches the first beta of Swift by Sundell 2.0, while Rambo launches Apple Arcade a bit earlier than expected. Also, Apple Watch series 5 materials, iPhone naming, your weekly dose of productivity tips, and more. Sponsored by HomeIQ:Get 60% offthe HomeIQ OnlyBrush smart toothbrush & travel kit w/ Qi wireless charging and iOS/Apple Watch control starting at$31. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Swift by Sundell 2.0 beta Rambo’s PlayAlways app John’s playground script Cloudflare Linode WWDC by Sundell retrospective CoinX iHelp BR’s report on Apple Watch materials Apple Arcade hands-on video Remaster episode about exclusivity deals Memento

62 MINAUG 23
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50: "Rambo walks into an Apple Store"

49: "Old enough to make reasonable decisions"

Rambo explores running iOS apps on the Mac with Catalyst, John falls in love will full screen mode all over again, and Apple’s new security measures for Mac apps and batteries cause a bit of a stir in the community. Also, tips for minimizing distractions, our first app crushes, and how come SwiftUI won’t run on iOS 12 and below? Sponsored by Bitrise: a fast, stable and easy to use continuous integration service. Automatically build, test and distribute your app on every single commit that you make. Get started for free at bitrise.io/swift. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Oh My Zsh Jason Snell’s tweet about Catalina’s permission dialogs iFixit TextMate The Games Factory SubEthaEdit Swift 5.1 discussion on Swift by Sundell

75 MINAUG 15
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49: "Old enough to make reasonable decisions"

Latest Episodes

58: “It does what it says on the tin”

What happens when an indie developer’s product gets copied by Apple, should the App Store review team reject apps based on their visuals or feature set, and what products could we expect Apple to launch in the fall? Also, a brand new segment called “Stacktrace Arcade”, the complexities of releasing software, and much more. Sponsored by MacStadium:Get50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code9TO5MAC, orget started with MacStadium’s newOrka private cloud. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Pragma conference BA: Swiftable Server-side Swift conference “What To Do When You Get Sherlocked By Apple” Steve Troughton-Smith’s tweet about Lotto Machine being rejected Sayonara Wild Hearts Where Cards Fall “The Swift 5.1 features that power SwiftUI’s API”

68 MIN3 d ago
Comments
58: “It does what it says on the tin”

57: “It doesn’t have to be a casino”, with AltStore developer Riley Testut

Riley Testut has recently been making a big splash in the community with his AltStore and Delta projects, and on this special episode of Stacktrace, he joins John and Rambo to talk about why and how he built them, and how he thinks they might impact the Apple developer community going forward. Sponsored by MacStadium:Get50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code9TO5MAC, orget started with MacStadium’s newOrka private cloud. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Riley on Twitter AltStore Episode with Casey Liss

67 MIN1 w ago
Comments
57: “It doesn’t have to be a casino”, with AltStore developer Riley Testut

56: “Dark mode all the things”

John and Rambo dive into iOS and iPadOS 13 — what’s new, what’s missing, and what’s the overall state of Apple’s operating systems? Also, credit card scanning, and Apple Arcade first impressions. Sponsored by MacStadium:Get50% off your first two months of a Mac mini subscription now w/ code9TO5MAC, orget started with MacStadium’s newOrka private cloud. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Interview with Checkm8 developer Rene’s video on Checkm8 The Vision framework checkm8 Sneaky Sasquatch ChuChu Rocket! Universe Bleak Sword

73 MIN2 w ago
Comments
56: “Dark mode all the things”

55: "The big Apple holiday"

Reviews of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and the Apple Watch Series 5 — as well as search engine optimization, what goes into releasing a new open source project, and the science of pizza. Sponsored by totallee:Get 25% off all totallee iPhone cases for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, & 11 Pro Maxwith codeSTACKTRACE. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Rambo’s open source sheet for iOS John’s Swift Package Manager Bash script Google’s SEO guidelines Swedish kebab pizza Review Stacktrace on Apple Podcasts

59 MIN3 w ago
Comments
55: "The big Apple holiday"

54: “A whole wardrobe full of hats”, with special guest David Barnard

David Barnard, creator of apps like Launch Center Pro, joins John and Rambo for a special indie development edition of the show. The pros and cons of being indie, how and when to outsource tasks to others, and much more. Also, the state of inter-app communication on iOS, the power of customizable UIs, and what makes us excited about the iPhone 11 Pro. Sponsored by Spike: Get Spike conversational email. An all-in-one communication and collaboration workspace that turns your existing email into simple, chat conversations. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links David on Twitter Launch Center Pro Weather Up RevenueCat

79 MINSEP 19
Comments
54: “A whole wardrobe full of hats”, with special guest David Barnard

53: "It’s a camera party!"

John and Rambo review Apple’s 2019 iPhone Keynote, and share their first impressions of Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, iPhone 11 and its Pro siblings, the new iPad and Apple Watch models, and much more. Also, is the new iPhone worthy of the name “Pro”, and who won this round of Apple Keynote Poker? Sponsored by Experimax: Save big on pre-owned Macs including the 12-inch MacBook and much more. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Watch the keynote Previous episode’s Keynote Poker bets

80 MINSEP 12
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53: "It’s a camera party!"

52: “Apple Cardboard”

It’s once again time for John and Rambo to face off in an epic game of Apple Keynote Poker — this time speculating about what Apple might announce at next week’s September Event. Also, Apple AR hardware, more evidence of an “Apple Tag” device, and Apple Watch sleep tracking. Sponsoredby Withings:Getup to 40% offWithingsactivity & sleep watches, body composition smart scales, advances sleep tracking and health monitors. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links ‘Apple Glasses’ explained and how iPhone-connected item trackers will work Apple Watch sleep tracking Gurman’s piece on what to expect from Apple in the fall Poker scorecard

66 MINSEP 5
Comments
52: “Apple Cardboard”

51: "The buzzword episode"

Stacktrace turns into the Accidental Web and Hardware Podcast, as John and Rambo go on a deep dive into search algorithms, server-less cloud functions, Raspberry Pi and Arduino hardware hacking. Also, what’s up with the iOS 13.1 beta being released before 13.0 is out? Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Swift by Sundell’s new search feature Cloudflare Workers Homebridge Raspberry Pi Arduino Rust Rambo’s Apple beta API TextMate BBEdit Reveal Sketch Transmit NetNewsWire Forecast iA Writer Ulysses AirBuddy iTerm DaisyDisk

76 MINAUG 29
Comments
51: "The buzzword episode"

50: "Rambo walks into an Apple Store"

John launches the first beta of Swift by Sundell 2.0, while Rambo launches Apple Arcade a bit earlier than expected. Also, Apple Watch series 5 materials, iPhone naming, your weekly dose of productivity tips, and more. Sponsored by HomeIQ:Get 60% offthe HomeIQ OnlyBrush smart toothbrush & travel kit w/ Qi wireless charging and iOS/Apple Watch control starting at$31. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Swift by Sundell 2.0 beta Rambo’s PlayAlways app John’s playground script Cloudflare Linode WWDC by Sundell retrospective CoinX iHelp BR’s report on Apple Watch materials Apple Arcade hands-on video Remaster episode about exclusivity deals Memento

62 MINAUG 23
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50: "Rambo walks into an Apple Store"

49: "Old enough to make reasonable decisions"

Rambo explores running iOS apps on the Mac with Catalyst, John falls in love will full screen mode all over again, and Apple’s new security measures for Mac apps and batteries cause a bit of a stir in the community. Also, tips for minimizing distractions, our first app crushes, and how come SwiftUI won’t run on iOS 12 and below? Sponsored by Bitrise: a fast, stable and easy to use continuous integration service. Automatically build, test and distribute your app on every single commit that you make. Get started for free at bitrise.io/swift. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Oh My Zsh Jason Snell’s tweet about Catalina’s permission dialogs iFixit TextMate The Games Factory SubEthaEdit Swift 5.1 discussion on Swift by Sundell

75 MINAUG 15
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49: "Old enough to make reasonable decisions"