Gui is perhaps best known for his reverse engineering, his articles on 9to5Mac, and for being the cohost of the Stacktrace Podcast — but his main job is building apps for both the Mac and iOS. From the early days of the iPhone SDK, Gui has been passionate about building beautiful UIs, fluid animations, and great user experiences.
Articles written by Gui
- Published at 23:35 GMT, 26 Jun 2020
Gui Rambo takes a first look at how to build document-based Mac apps using SwiftUI from top to bottom.
- Published at 21:00 GMT, 25 Jun 2020
The new Logger type makes the Unified Logging API feel much more at home in Swift. In this article, we’ll take a look at the basics of how to use the new logging tools introduced in iOS 14.
- Published at 11:05 GMT, 24 Jun 2020
App Clips are small pieces of functionality from your app that you can offer to users without requiring them to download the entire app. Here’s how to get started building an App Clip for your app.
- Published at 14:30 GMT, 23 Jun 2020
Gui Rambo shares what the process was like for making three of his Mac apps build for Apple Silicon, and a few tips for developers looking to do the same.
- Published at 16:20 GMT, 21 Jun 2020
Gui Rambo shares a collection of tips and tricks that he’s learned over the years dealing with various OS betas, multiple Xcode versions, and the problems that those can cause.
- Published at 17:10 GMT, 20 Jun 2020
There are many ways to watch the keynote from the comfort of your home, on a variety of devices and operating systems. Here’s an overview of some of your choices.
- Published at 21:20 GMT, 18 Jun 2020
Here’s how you can prepare for and get an appointment to attend a virtual lab session during this year‘s WWDC.
- Published at 17:00 GMT, 17 Jun 2020
Gui Rambo’s short wishlist containing developer-related improvements that he would love to see become a reality this year.