Project Update

Project Update
Joe and Dave discuss the progress of their respective projects. Time for a Project Update.

43: Contempt for Pancakes
Oct 12 • 61 min
This week Dave uncovers some interesting bugs in the FileMaker DDR and talks about his experience working during the pandemic. Joe makes some changes to his business and the type of development he is going to do in the future. Contact us Joe on Twitter…
42: One-hundred Percent Edge Cases
Sep 28 • 59 min
This week Joe wraps up work on keyboard navigation and gets himself stuck on data APIs with his WebXR projects. Dave has a really fun time working with layout object data. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
41: Moderate my Enthusiasm
Sep 14 • 60 min
This week Dave and Joe wrap up work on Dark Mode for FM Comparison and start working on Layout Objects. Joe dive further into A-Frame and three.js development with components. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
40: The Rhetorical Feature
Aug 31 • 54 min
This week Joe wraps up development on the iOS 14 version of Retrospective Timelines. He then dives further into 3D development on the web. Dave hit a wall with Windows development one went looking for a smaller victory. Project Graveyard in VR Three JS…
39: 358 Commits Later
Aug 17 • 63 min
Dave and Joe have been busy. The released the beta for FM Comparison on Aug 3. Lots of great feedback and changes along the day. Joe finally started making progress on SwiftUI 2 with Retrospective Timelines and with his WebXR hobby project. FM Comparison…
38: Kind of Recursive
Jul 20 • 61 min
This week Joe plans out work for a project that is all about planning. Dave and Joe continue making progress on FM Comparison as they get closer to Claris Connect. Joe reflects back on five years of running his business. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on…
37: I am the Venn Diagram
Jul 6 • 58 min
This week Dave works our the data structure for script step diffing. Joe starts making a plan for updating Retrospective Timelines. Dave helps Joe out with some issues he's been having with WebXR development. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter…
36: Dystopian Hand Washing
Jun 23 • 51 min
This week Dave and Joe continue making progress on FM Comparison. They discuss WWDC and how changes to the Mac might r effect them as developers over the next couple of years. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
35: Stop Having Ideas
Jun 8 • 33 min
This week Dave works on cleaning up the JSON for the diff items in FM Comparison. Joe wraps up the Tailwind conversion. They start to plan out a beta release. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
34: Ambiguity Slider
May 25 • 41 min
This week Dave and Joe consider switching to Tailwind CSS for FM Comparison. Dave has even more fun with code signing and Joe learns about a new WebXR framework. Friend of the Show Tailwind Utility First PHP Class for FileMaker Data API Dave on The…
33: Human-shaped Cylinders
May 11 • 44 min
This week Dave has fun trying to verify the identity of his company for digital signatures and runs into some weird string issues in Swift. They start working on diff formatting for FM Comparison. Joe solves some WebVR issues only to uncover some new…
32: Immersive lack of experience
Apr 27 • 58 min
This week Dave and Joe explore some navigation and state issues. Dave dives into Electron a bit more. Joe makes an "out of this world" VR development environment. They were also going to talk about working on Windows 10 and updating to iOS 13 but they ran…
31: Development Via Attrition
Apr 13 • 54 min
Dave had one great week and one bad week. Joe changed things ups again… ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
30: Bugs and AppleScripts
Mar 31 • 61 min
This week Dave runs into several bugs with the web view integration and build process for his app. Joe gets distracted with AppleScript and WebVR. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter
29: Progress Bar Ping Pong
Mar 16 • 62 min
This week Dave and Joe discuss a new design for FM Comparison that they think will simplify the structure of the app. They spend time with the Vuex Store, progress bars, and logging. Joe may have relapsed into VR a bit… VR Bowling Demo Contact us Joe on…
28: Fretting & Integration
Mar 2 • 50 min
This week the discussion is all about FM Comparison. Joe begins work on the UI and causes Dave some anxiety in the process. Dave arrives at some conclusions that he previously had not allowed himself to consider. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter…
27: A Slightly Weird Environment
Feb 17 • 56 min
This week Joe removed Random Arrow from the App Store and talks about what he learned from the experience. Dave hired a front end developer for FM Comparison and streamlined the diff linking process. Massively Unqualified Development VR Hermits Big O…
26: Commit the Bag
Feb 3 • 62 min
This week Joe reviews a couple of small updates and talks about data handling for the visual timeline feature. Dave pulls SQLite out of the project and returns simpler approaches for the runtime data structures. They both try to avoid premature…
25: Did You File a Bug Against It?
Jan 20 • 57 min
This week Dave went on a stay-at-home roadshow, visiting a number of user groups to demo his products and some development techniques. Joe shipped another small update to Retrospective Timelines and learn some of the more complex aspects of Core Data.…
24: SwiftUI Sandwich
Jan 6 • 59 min
Joe and Dave are back from their holiday hiatus. Joe details several small releases for Retrospective Timelines. Dave reviews several weeks worth of work on the calculation parser and overall application architecture. Retrospective Timelines 1.0.1…
23: The Octothorpe
Dec 9, 2019 • 42 min
Dave continues to find additional complexity in FileMaker calculation parsing. Joe works on an update for Retrospective Timelines. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
22: This Will Have to Do
Dec 2, 2019 • 60 min
This week Joe finally shipped version 1.0 of Retrospective Timelines. Dave traveled back in time to work with Apple Script Studio and made yet more progress on the parser. Retrospective Timelines Website Retrospective Timelines on the App Store Geist…
21: Rhetorical Topics
Nov 18, 2019 • 61 min
This week Dave finds a reason to run unit tests before every commit and Joe finds several unfixable bugs. TedXColumbus Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
20: The man-spreading of app navigation
Nov 11, 2019 • 68 min
This week Joe makes a lot of progress on the UI for Retrospective Timelines. Dave gets his laptop fixed and wraps up the hardest part of the calculation parser. SwiftUI Modal Badness Events screenshots referenced during discussion Contact us Joe on…
19: Weird descending price
Nov 4, 2019 • 47 min
This week Dave reviews Rider and makes some progress on Let and While statement parsing. Joe details some changes on the User Interface for Retrospective Timelines. Rider IDE Retrospective UI Blog Post Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
18: Technical Mortgage
Oct 28, 2019 • 55 min
This week Joe avoids taking on some technical debt and makes a lot of progress on Retrospective Timelines. Dave continues to uncover complexity in FileMaker calculation parsing. SwiftUI Navigation on iPad Twitter thread about Navigation Buttons Developers…
17: Templified
Oct 21, 2019 • 58 min
Dave had a bit of a rough week but made some progress on the parser. Joe had some design issues while running up against the edges of SwiftUI. RollerMouse Free3 Retrospective Events blog post Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
16: My dissatisfaction with you
Oct 14, 2019 • 48 min
This week Joe refactored an important manager class for Core Data. Dave stumbled onto a new mini-app idea involving the calculation parser. Core Data Sample Project Dynamic Sort Descriptors and Predicates UI as of Oct 14 Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on…
15: A higher plane of ASCII
Oct 7, 2019 • 54 min
This week Dave reaches for a higher plane of ASCII, and Joe is momentarily not confused. Progress is made on ANTLR parsing and Retrospective Timeline schema. Weird Mouse Joe wrote about schema changes TOC for Retrospective Timelines Contact us Joe on…
14: We haven’t filed your paperwork
Sep 30, 2019 • 47 min
This week Joe created a ton of additional complexity for a simple sorting feature. Dave installed macOS Catalina, many many times. Blog post by Joe The Context Podcast Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
13: Eventual Consistency
Sep 23, 2019 • 71 min
This week Dave makes a breakthrough in the complexity of his calculation parser. Joe finally discusses the app he is building and what it's all about. 100 Days of SwiftUI Using Core Data with CloudKit Conflict free replicated data type Contact us Joe on…
12: Tap it like you mean it
Sep 16, 2019 • 49 min
This week Joe runs into the rough edges of SwiftUI and makes a plan to ship a beta version. Dave makes progress with ANTLR and escapes into Borderlands 3. Girl Talk Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
11: Is AR ready yet
Sep 9, 2019 • 49 min
Joe got back from vacation and made a bunch of progress with Core Data. Dave made progress on this calculation parser. They discuss the most difficult phase of projects. SwiftUI Core Data sample project Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
10: Special Guest Charlie Chapman
Sep 3, 2019 • 85 min
This week Joe and Dave are joined by Charlie Chapman to discuss his app Dark Noise. Charlie on Twitter Dark Noise App Project Update on VR Dark Noise on MacStories Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
9: Visitors are bad Listeners
Aug 26, 2019 • 48 min
This week Dave continued to make progress with ANTLR. Joe spent the week banging his head against SwiftUI. Dave's first Stack Overflow post SwiftUI Issues with Sheet Modifier Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
8: Really I couldn’t
Aug 19, 2019 • 32 min
A short episode this week: Joe talks about continuing development and small issues with SwiftUI. Dave has an ANTLR update. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Follow up
7: Weird but effective
Aug 12, 2019 • 62 min
Joe made some progress with SwiftUI and decided to use it in production. Dave returned from FileMaker DEVCON with good news and bad news. Joe was right (four years ago) about FileMaker and APIs #JoeWasRight SwiftUI Course on Udemy Using Core Data with…
6: Indie Working Conditions
Aug 5, 2019 • 57 min
Dave is out this week attending the FileMaker Developers Conference. Instead of our regular Project Updates we decided to record a special episode detailing how we get work done. We talk about hardware, software, development environments, home offices,…
5: Platonic ideal of a variable
Jul 29, 2019 • 55 min
This week Joe talks about his progress with an icon picker and his challenges with Auto Layout. He also had a bad time with SwiftUI. Dave went back to the drawing board on this calculation parser and received some interesting feedback from other…
4: Special Guest Heidi Helen Pilypas
Jul 22, 2019 • 91 min
This week Heidi Helen Pilypas joins Dave and Joe as their first guest on Project Update. Heidi is the designer behind some great apps such as "When Did I…" and "Capsicum". Heidi's apps Capsicum When Did I… Boomerang Stamp Pack Find Heidi on the web Heidi…
3: The diff is still talking
Jul 15, 2019 • 81 min
Joe wrapped up the design phase of his project and Dave participated in a code review. They both have a long road ahead on their projects. Bonus segment: Joe & Dave talk about the current state of Virtual Reality for those who may be interested. Road to…
2: Yeah but does anybody care?
Jul 8, 2019 • 59 min
Dave had a chance to show off FMComparison and stayed up all night coding. Joe made some progress on his prototype and got really immersed in VR Fishing. Note to the listen: We apologize for some minor audio issues in this episode. Dave had some technical…
1: Document it to within an inch of its life
Jul 1, 2019 • 55 min
In this first episode Joe and Dave talk about who they are, what this podcast is, and the projects they are working on. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter