Episode 195: They’re Going The Right Direction Now

Daniel asks what it will take to get Manton back on Twitter, we discuss support for RSS as an emblem of being part of the “open web,” and we look at Apple’s new ATS requirements and what they mean for apps that must continue to access non-HTTPS and less secure HTTPS sites.

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  • Manton, MI – One of Manton’s geographic namesakes.
  • Manton, CA – And another!
  • Manton’s Return to Twitter – Well, his blog about about what it will take!
  • IFTTT – A popular site for orchestrating the interplay of data and events on the web.
  • Dave Winer – Internet legend whose contributions to RSS, XML-RPC, and more are wide-reaching.
  • App Transport Security – Tech note from Apple about the nuances of the new technology.
  • Shipping an App with ATS – Tim Ekl of Omni writes a good summary about the technology and how to approach it.

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August 29, 2015 at 10:00 am.