SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #132
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Apple released Xcode 14.3 Beta and iOS 16.4 this morning (February 16, 2023), and it came with a lot of improvement, more than I expected. In this article, we will quickly go through some of them that I find interesting.
The Swift Charts framework became a huge topic on my blog. But I decided to continue this subject to cover everything I’ve experienced with the Charts framework. This week we will learn how to customize the Chart view using a bunch of chart view modifiers provided by the framework.
With the advent of desktop class iPadOS applications there are many macOS UX idioms I would like to bring to our iPad apps. One such UX pattern is hybrid mouse + keyboard interactions, such as command + click for adding or removing items from selection and shift + click for extending the selection.
You want to animate your view sequentialy. First one, view then, another one and then the final one.
This is the beginning of a series of articles about the making of Ice Cubes.
Our new loading indicator for Arc doubled as a fun SwiftUI kickflip for our crew - so we thought we’d share the process and... the code.
James Warren at Itty Bitty Apps presents a tutorial on building Live Activities for iOS 16.