Michael Hulet is an iOS expert here at Chariot, and we talk candidly about some of the major announcements that came out of WWDC 2023.
Guest Michael Hulet teaches us how to build more accessible solutions on iOS using available tools, frameworks, and standards.
Two of the biggest mistakes companies make in building an MVP (minimum viable product) and how you can avoid them.
Today we welcome Don Coleman, our CIO, to talk with Ken about iOS 14: major announcements, updates, hardware, and personal takes.
Check out our YouTube playlist to watch all the talks from Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2020. Abstract “Security though obscurity is no security.” Well… sort of. The truth is much more complicated. Obfuscation is difficult, fragile, and a never ending battle. But sometimes it’s the only tool for the job, whether to protect a … Read More
Ken Rimple is joined on this broadcast by experts and leaders of Chariot Solutions – Steve Smith, Mobile Practice Lead, and Don Coleman, Chief Innovation Officer. We’ll talk about some of the innovations announced at WWDC this year. And other things could come up as well.
Check out our YouTube playlist to watch all the talks from Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2020. Abstract The way you architect and write your iOS and macOS apps is about to change completely. The future of development on Apple platforms is SwiftUI and Combine. You will have to rethink everything from the way you … Read More
Abstract Getting started with machine learning on the mobile platform can be daunting. From learning how to implement low-level models and use frameworks, to optimizing and adapting those models for mobile, it can be overwhelming. With ML Kit, regardless of one’s machine learning expertise, one can build compelling machine learning functionality into their mobile apps. … Read More
Abstract They said Swift is “protocol oriented,” so you wrote protocols. But you wanted them to be generic, so you added associated types. But your collections broke, so you added type-erasers. But your “as”-casts broke, so you switched to Any. But then everything broke, so you read about Mirror. And the tears began. Why did … Read More
In this post we’ll be setting up Amazon Web Services (AWS) to handle the delivery of push notifications to the Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) and eventually to your users. In order to use AWS to push notifications to your users devices you’ll configure three different AWS Services; Cognito, Identity and Access Management (IAM), and … Read More