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SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #162
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One of the additions to the Swift Charts framework after WWDC 23 was a brand new SectorMark type. The SectorMark allows us to build pie and donut charts in SwiftUI easily. This week, we will learn how to plot the data using SectorMark.
Apple “recently” launched the async/await and a lot of old APIs are migrating to this new way of receiving asynchronous updates. Apple then released the AsyncSequence which is a way to continuously listen to an async stream of data. In the Xcode 15 and iOS 17 you can now use the async APIs to get your user’s current location.
NSUbiquitousKeyValueStore can be understood as a network-synced version of UserDefaults. It is a member of the CloudKit service project and can easily share data across different devices (with the same iCloud account) with simple configuration.
I’m currently playing with ShareLink, a lot, for my upcoming app SharePal. And I couldn’t miss this very strange and inconsistent behavior I got with it. Specifically when providing a string as an item.
In this video, I would like to share with you some things that were either deprecated or added in iOS 17, but are too small to warrant an entire video on their own. I have combined a number of them for this this video, and you may learn some other things too that might help you in your projects.
This project is aimed at programmers who have some experience with Swift and SwiftUI already, and want to get up to speed with SwiftData as quickly as possible.