2019 Holiday Learning

One of the things I deeply enjoyed from my middle & high school summer holidays was how I would, overnight, switch my school routine for almost 2 months of passion projects.  As I grew older and my interests changed I deep dived into different areas: I vividly remember one summer sitting for hours at a […]

NewsWave 2019.7

And just like that, NewsWave 2019.7 is now available on the App Store.    OPML Import / Export This was one of the most requested features from day one (and it retrospect a feature NewsWave should have shipped with): -OPML Import: From any app that can export feeds (or using an OPML file) you’ll find […]

NewsWave 2019.6 Plans

After a couple of releases focused on bug fixes and usability improvements I’m pumped to be working on the first feature update. 2019.6 will focus on adding two of the most requested features: – OPML Import / Export.– Default mix of feeds for new users. In retrospect I should have absolutely shipped with OPML support […]

Choosing the Right App to Develop

Over the course of my 8 years developing apps on the side I’ve shipped 5 apps. Deciding what to work on and creating a new project in Xcode is about one of the best feelings in the development world. Everything seems possible, there’s so many ideas to test and none of the complexity is yet […]

An experiment….

After a recent conversation I’ve decided to try something new with this blog. An experiment… For the next few weeks, every Sunday, I’ll be sharing the experiences of developing apps on the side: the challenges , the successes, the struggles… I’ll also be sharing details on what I’m working on, why I’m doing it and […]

NewsWave Released

During the last couple of months I’ve been working on a new take on the RSS Reader. With so many options out there (NetNewsWire, Unread, Reeder….), why would I go and develop another one?  The main reason is I wanted to create an RSS reader that would be extremely accessible to use for the average user. […]