Retractions

December 19th, 2014 · 1 hr 33 mins

About this Episode

In which we discuss how Apple has extended things, then they retracted them, and then retracted the retractions, allowing things to be extended once more.

Shownotes:
Extensions are great, yay! Except when we're not allow use them, boo.
- Apple's 'unwritten rules' spark discontent among some app developers (Guardian)
- Don’t Panic: Apple reverses stance on iCloud Drive in Transmit (gigaom.com)
- Launcher Followup and Thoughts on the App Store Review System (Cromulent Labs)
- Panic Transmit iOS Send to iCloud blocked by Apple (updated) (Panic)
- TidBITS: iOS 8 App Development Becomes a “Bring Me a Rock” Game (tidbits.com)

App Store search is broken (Gedeon Maheux)

Papers, Please app approved for iPad, but without nude body-scans (Guardian)

Bye bye, Pirate Bay
- Swedish Police raid The Pirate Bay, site offline (torrentfreak.com)
- The Pirate Bay, Closed (brokep.com)

Not going to link to it, but we think James Thomson handled his response to the guy using a third party code sign utility to attempt to pirate his app in the best way possible (i.e., without resorting to extreme rage & violence)

Minimum vacation policy at Travis CI

HockeyApp sells to Microsoft (Hockeyapp)

New stuff:
- CodeRunner v2! (coderunner.com)
- SCXcodeMiniMap (github.com)
- Swift Translation Guide by Maurice Kelly (swift-translation.guide)
- Workflow (macstories.net, iTunes)

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