SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #118
The curated collection of links about SwiftUI. Delivered every Monday.
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My final post in the new navigation APIs series in SwiftUI is about building two-three column apps. I have been waiting for all the betas to solve the critical issues with the brand-new NavigationSplitView, and it looks like it is almost ready to use. This week we will learn how to use and customize NavigationSplitView to build multi-column apps in SwiftUI.
Swift Charts is Apple’s newest Swift framework for building beautiful charts with declarative syntax. Read this article to find out how creating charts in your apps is now as easy as pie!
Add a gradient to a bar chart that stretches from top to bottom of the plot area rather than filling each individual mark.
Discover how to Create a Card with an Image Outside its Bounds in SwiftUI. Use view modifiers to offset the background image!
In this video, I am going to introduce you to ShareLink which was introduced in iOS 16 and it is a much simpler way to gather information from your app that you may which to share with others via the ShareSheet option.
Learn how to support dynamic island in your iOS 16 apps with ActivityKit, WidgetKit, and SwiftUI.