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SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #165
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Now that iOS 17 is available, let’s analyze its built-in apps to answer a few questions: How many binaries are in iOS 17? Which programming languages are used to develop these apps? How many apps are written with Swift? What is the percentage of apps using SwiftUI versus UIKit?
Xcode Preview Canvas is a crucial part of my development experience. Previews have significant changes this year by introducing the new #Preview macro. This week, we will learn about using the new #Preview macro and the benefits of this approach.
In iOS 17, Apple added a content unavailable view for when you need to show an empty state. It’s available for both SwiftUI and UIKit.
Swift Charts is a data visualization framework that can be used with SwiftUI to create powerful, customizable charts with minimal code. Use it to present your app's data in a visually pleasing way.
I took some time to really dig further into what’s behind SwiftUI’s State and Binding property wrapper and the magic that is hidden from us.
When trying to execute an action from a user’s tap interaction with an app, you may realize that there are many ways to achieve this, whether you’re developing with UIKit or SwiftUI. I’ll only cover the latter, but the same applies to UIKit.
I want to introduce you to TipKit, a new Framework introduced in iOS 17. It is an excellent way to introduce your users to the features of your app, and right at the start of this video, I will show you the completed result so you will know what to expect.