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Marin Todorov on 2022 and "dataTile"

December 21, 2022 Jeroen Leenarts
Marin Todorov on 2022 and "dataTile"
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AppForce1: news and info for iOS app developers
Marin Todorov on 2022 and "dataTile"
Dec 21, 2022
Jeroen Leenarts

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Marin and I discus how 2022 went for him and what his plans are for early 2023.(It is dataTile, a smart developer tool that reads your app's logs from the Xcode Simulator in real time and displays your debug data in a beautiful, bold UI.

You can find Marin online at:

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Marin and I discus how 2022 went for him and what his plans are for early 2023.(It is dataTile, a smart developer tool that reads your app's logs from the Xcode Simulator in real time and displays your debug data in a beautiful, bold UI.

You can find Marin online at:

Runway
Put your mobile releases on autopilot and keep the whole team in sync throughout. More info on runway.team

Lead Software Developer 
Learn best practices for being a great lead software developer.

Support the Show.

Rate me on Apple Podcasts.

Send feedback on SpeakPipe
Or contact me on Mastodon: https://hachyderm.io/@appforce1

Support my podcast with a monthly subscription, it really helps.

My book: Being a Lead Software Developer

Introducing Marin and dataTile
What is Apple's unified logging system?
Does it only work with the simulator or does it also work with a connected iPhone as well?
What’s driving this understanding of logging for you?
What’s the development experience like with SwiftUI on macOS?
What’s changed with SwiftUI?
What’s in store for you in 2022?