iOS Brief #21 - SiriKit and Surviving the App Store

Patryk Kalinowski

Mar 10, 2017 • 3 min read

Welcome to 21st iOS Brief! We’ve made some improvements, and from now on, you can also read the newsletter on our website with RSS support.

Hacking SiriKit

Esteban Torres shared his experience trying to make Siri do something more than she is capable of by default. He used Travis API to circumvent Siri’s limitations, and while Siri still lacks a lot, it’s a promising tool for app developers in future. Watch the video

Developing iOS 10 Apps with Swift

Stanford University recently released an updated course for iOS 10 and Swift. Twenty-three lessons from one of the world’s top universities are free to download. Definitely worth checking out! Listen to the lectures

How I Lean Startup’d My Way to $240k+ on the Saturated App Store

It took Rob Caraway five months and all his savings to learn that there is a better way of doing business. He changed his approach and reaped over $200k in sales. See how he did it. Read more

Surviving the App Store

A Dark Room iOS took the App Store by a storm and immediately reached #1 spot, making $790k in gross revenue in 2014. The author, Amir Rajan, shares his advice on how to make a decent living with passive income from your development skills. Read more

33 iOS Open Source Libraries That Will Dominate 2017

Paweł Białecki’s list of the best libs to skyrocket your productivity. His previous list reached 150k views and was recommended to others over two thousand times. Read more

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