Episode 30

It's a Big Sure


May 26th, 2021

1 hr 27 mins 54 secs

Season 1

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About this Episode

Welcome to Code Completion! We are a group of iOS developers and educators hoping to share what we love most about development, Apple technology, and completing your code!

Today, we discuss:
• Code Completion Club:
• Indie App Spotlight, with three apps for you to check out:
• Charty by Rodrigo Araujo:
• Cone by Kushagra Agarwal:
• MinBrowser by Ben Standaert:
• WWDC Software and Hardware Predictions,
• App Clips one year later,
• In-App Purchases and External Payments,
• How Can The App Store Be a Better Place for Us As Developers?
• The Future of Objective-C

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Complete the Code

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Compiler Error

1 - AES, or the American Encryption Standard, is a suite of symmetric block cyphers that was selected as a part of an open process hosted by NIST and the US government from 1997 to 2000 to replace DES.
2 - A one time pad is an early but very robust encryption technique, which can be uncrackable so long as the key on the pad is never re-used, is truly random, is longer than the plaintext, and is kept completely secret.
3 - Symmetric key algorithms use the same cryptographic keys for both encryption and decryption, while asymmetric key algorithms make use of a public key and a private key to encrypt and decrypt information.
4 - Unlike RSA which relies on large prime number factorization, Elliptic-curve cryptography makes use of a given elliptic curve’s geometric and algebraic properties, ultimately providing the same level of security as RSA with smaller keys.