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SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #59
The curated collection of links about SwiftUI. Delivered every Monday.
There are things to celebrate even in hard times, and WWDC is when we all get to celebrate Apple engineers’ hard work over the past year. I really enjoy reading wishlists and predictions, so this year I’ve compiled a WWDC 2021 Community Wishlist.
I’ve already covered a few essential topics from the Combine framework story. We talked about handling errors and chaining operations, but today I want to talk about running multiple operations in parallel and handing results in a single place. This week we will learn how to use zip, merge and combine operators.
A huge update to my suite of Swift static site generation tools, which adds a new API for building HTML components in a very SwiftUI-like way.
In SwiftUI we can make our Apps more interactive by adding different interactions that respond to our taps, clicks, and swipes. Today we will review SwiftUI Basic Gestures: TapGesture LongPressGesture, DragGesture, MagnificationGesture, RotationGesture, etc.
In this tutorial series, we will go over how to create the different types of charts in SwiftUI. Today, we start with creating a bar chart in SwiftUI.
Hello again! Today’s article is going to focus on spacers and padding within Swift UI. When you begin designing your user interface with Swift UI, you will notice that a lot of the elements you add are automatically being placed on the screen based on the type of stack you have created it within.
SwiftUI proof-of-concept text edit component.
BottomSheet is a SwiftUI library that lets you add custom bottom sheets to your iOS apps.
Hello Guys, In this video I'm going to show how to create a Complex Instagram Profile Sticky Animated Segmented Picker Using SwiftUI 2.0.
In this video, Mohammad Azam will explain how to get started with GraphQL in a SwiftUI application.