SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #171
The curated collection of links about SwiftUI. Delivered every Monday.
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MapKit provides us with a very rich API as part of the next iteration of the SwiftUI framework. This week, we will continue the topic by learning how to handle interactions using the new MapKit API in SwiftUI.
In this post, we will continue the topic of the new MapKit API in SwiftUI. We will cover one of the most critical cases of displaying a map. This week, we will learn about camera position and map bounds.
In this article we're going to build a complete iOS app using SwiftUI and SwiftData, all while building a real app so you can see all the techniques in action. The app we're building is called FaceFacts, which is designed to help you remember the names, faces, and personal details of folks you meet at your workplace, school, events, and more.
In this post, we’ll take a look at how to search with
.searchable by just typing on the keyboard without first having to tap/click on the text field to give it focus.
NavigationSplitView is the SwiftUI component to use for navigation that looks great across every Apple platform. If you have wondered how it works or how to implement a NavigationSplitView, this is the article to check out to get started.
Learn how to increase the discoverability of the features of an app using TipKit.