SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #50
The curated collection of links about SwiftUI. Delivered every Monday.
This week, I want to talk about one of the most powerful Xcode features, SwiftUI previews. SwiftUI previews allow you to look at your SwiftUI views inside Xcode without running the app in the simulator. You can also preview UIKit views and controllers by wrapping them in SwiftUI. Today we will learn about all the powerful features of previews in Xcode.
With the adoption of SwiftUI, a new trend of creating an app-wide state has been gaining momentum. This is very justified, as it’s one of the few ways to properly handle deep linking, HUDs, and more.
Setting up two-way bindings between the elements in a collection and a series of SwiftUI views.
SwiftUI has View protocol which represents part of your app’s user interface and provides modifiers that you use to configure views. You create custom views by declaring types that conform to the View protocol. Implement the required body computed property to provide the content for your custom view.
In this tutorial, we will explore the VisionKit framework and show you how to scan documents and perform text recognition in SwiftUI.
A fast way to add a search bar to your SwiftUI app with fuzzy search and NavigationView.
An iOS app that lets you keep track of all the movies and shows you already watched.
How to implement the MVVM-pattern in SwiftUI.
Kilo Loco shows you how to implement Sign in with Apple using SwiftUI and iOS 14. This tutorial will cover handling the SIWA button UI, persisting user credentials, and revoking sign in with apple privileges.
Build Complete Timer App Clone in WatchOS, SwiftUI with Combine Timer Publisher.