In this episode, Leo is joined by Gui Rambo to talk about their new M1 Macs and how it's changed the way they've developed as well as what they look forward to in 2021.
- Stacktrace Podcast 113: “The hype is real!”
- Episode 31 - Future Proofing Your Apps with Gui Rambo
- Episode 77 - Swift Package Index with Sven A. Schmidt
- AirBuddy 2
- Chibi Studio
- Distributing Mac apps outside the App Store, a quick start guide by Gui
- Run x86 Apps (including homebrew) in the Terminal on Apple Silicon
- Homebrew on Apple Silicon
The tools you need to monitor, optimize, and get more downloads.
There's a lot of demand for apps right now, so it's a really great time to give it a try. It's easier than you think.
The guys who run it are indie devs who had a need and created a tool. 11 years later, it's an all-in-one platform for developers who want to get more downloads and make more money with their apps.
The folks at Appfigures have easy step-by-step guides and intuitive tools to do that, which many indie developers are using to get more downloads:
Also check out our episode with CEO Ariel Michaeli:
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- Specialize in helping businesses build apps for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch
- 10 years of experience developing for a variety of Apple platform
- Helping dev shops which lack experience with Apple platforms and Swift
Distributing App Outside the App Store
- Dealing with Design Restrictions
- Avoiding Sandboxing
- Avoiding the Apple Cut
- Dealing with Technical Restrictions
Mac Book Air Review
- Mac Book Air vs Mac Book Pro
- Portability vs Screen Size
- Battery Life and Optimized Charging
- USB-C 😡
- Software Compatibility and Rosetta 2
"Blippy Trance" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
What is Empower Apps?
An exploration of Apple business news and technology. We talk about how businesses can use new technology to empower their business and employees, from Leo Dion, founder of BrightDigit.