The talking with Apples podcast is all about mobile development and inviting community members to come and chat about cool things happening in the mobile space. We will be covering Android, iOS, Machine Learning for Mobile and evening backend technologies used to power mobile apps. The show is hosted my Peter-John Welcome.
In this episode of Talking with Apples, I spoke to Google Assistant GDE Eliza Camber about the developing for the Google Assistant and the new Assistant SDK. We discussed Dialogflow, and the migration to the new Actions Builder. We also covered how the Assistant integrates with your Android apps with custom Intents and lots of resources on how developers can get started.
Eliza Camber: https://twitter.com/ElizaCamber
Google Assistant: https://developers.google.com/assistant
Assistant Codelabs: https://codelabs.developers.google.com/?cat=assistant
Youtube Playlist Conversational Actions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOU2XLYxmsIJ5qQKAYt45zZNMU9h1Grpm
In this episode of Talking with Apples, we take a deep dive into DevOps, in particular Mobile DevOps. We talk about the DevOps like cycle, the culture you need to have within your organization in order for DevOps to be beneficial, tools you can use to get started and different CI/CD providers you can use to help your increase in quality and automation.
Twitter Nicola: https://twitter.com/cortinico
Mobile DevOps Talk: https://speakerdeck.com/cortinico/tales-of-a-mobile-devops
Github Actions : https://github.com/features/actions
DevOps for your app Article: https://proandroiddev.com/building-a-devops-pipeline-for-your-app-introduction-3e3597d30875
Twitter PJ: https://twitter.com/pjapplez
In this episode of Talking with Apples, we talk to Mark Alison, an experienced Freelance Engineer about being a mobile freelance engineer, if its feasible, how community contributions help with finding work, some pro's and cons about freelancing and how freelancing can make you a little more money than being a permanent employee.
Freelancing blog post: https://blog.stylingandroid.com/freelancing/
Twitter Mark Alison: https://twitter.com/MarkIAllison
Styling Android: https://blog.stylingandroid.com/
Twitter PJ: https://twitter.com/pjapplez
In this episode of talking with Apples, I chatted to Julien Salvi who us an Android Engineer in Paris France about AR. We took a deep dive into ARCore and all its features especially the new ones like depth API and light estimation and we spoke about alternative platforms such as Unity and Vuforia. We also touched on 3D objects and how you can integrate these objects into your Android app.
AR Unity: https://unity.com/unity/features/ar
Googles AR model Library - Poly: https://poly.google.com/
In this episode of Talking with Apples I speak to Sean who is a Developer Advocate on the Android team about Jetpack Compose being in Alpha. We dive into what it is, how it came about, the different components and even architectures that work well with Compose. In the end Sean answers an important question about if Compose is production ready.
Compose : https://developer.android.com/jetpack/compose
Compose pathway: https://developer.android.com/courses/pathways/compose
Compose codelabs: https://codelabs.developers.google.com/?cat=Android
Compose Samples: https://github.com/android/compose-samples
In this episode of Talking with Apples, we talk to Peter Friese who is a Developer Advocate on the Firebase Team. We chatted about what Firebase is, its many products it offers for to mobile developers and a little about Firebase and Modern iOS development with SwiftUI and Combine. We then ended with chatting about open source a little and contributions external developers have made to Firebase.
PJ : https://twitter.com/pjapplez
Peter Friese: https://twitter.com/peterfriese
Firebase iOS SDK: https://github.com/firebase/firebase-ios-sdk/
Firestore for Swift: https://github.com/firebase/firebase-ios-sdk/tree/master/Firestore/Swift
In this episode of talking with Apples, I chat to Hoi Lam who is a developer advocate for machine learning at Google about machine learning on Mobile. We spoke about the MLKit and Firebase offering and also go through Tensorflow and what it has to offer. We finally finished off with talking about UX for Machine learning.
Hoi Lam Twitter: https://twitter.com/hoitab
ML Model Binding: https://tfhub.dev/android-studio/collections/ml-model-binding/1
MLKit compatiable tflite models: https://tfhub.dev/ml-kit/collections/image-classification/1
Firebase Machine Learning: https://firebase.google.com/products/ml
MLKit : https://developers.google.com/ml-kit
Tensorflow Hub: https://tfhub.dev/s?deployment-format=lite
AI + People Guidebook : https://pair.withgoogle.com/guidebook/
In this episode of Talking with Apples, we export the Fastlane tool with Josh Holtz who is the lead maintainer for this open source project. We spoke about what Fastlane is, the different tools it provides for iOS and Android developers to automate many tasks and how he maintains this projects as an open source contributor.
Fastlane Docs: https://fastlane.tools/
Twitter : https://twitter.com/pjapplez
Josh Holtz Twitter : https://twitter.com/joshdholtz
In this episode, I spoke to Nick Rout who is a Developer Advocate on the Material Design team. We spoke about he's journey to becoming a developer advocate, a lot about material design on Android, especially how it fits into the new jetpack compose world and a little bit about open source.
Nick's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ricknout
Material Design Documentation: https://material.io/design
Material Design Github : https://github.com/material-components