SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #62
The curated collection of links about SwiftUI. Delivered every Monday.
What is new in SwiftUI after WWDC21
WWDC21 is finally here, and there are many new things in the updated version of SwiftUI. I’m happy to share with you that many items on my wishlist have finally arrived. In this post, I will try to give you a summary of the significant SwiftUI additions of this year.
What's new in SwiftUI
WWDC21 is here! SwiftUI has taken another huge step forward, and it comes with many enhancements to current views, new views, new types, new view modifiers, and more: don't fret! We have a whole summer ahead of us to explore all of that, in this first article, let's have a look at some of the new changes!
Raycast pairs the search functionality of macOS Spotlight with integrations of third-party services. Without leaving the app, you can create an issue in Jira, review pull requests in GitHub, or join a Zoom call. Explore more than 400 scripts that are built by a community or write your own to automate tedious workflows.
How SwiftUI’s List is becoming much more flexible this year
This year, SwiftUI’s List view has received a number of quite significant upgrades that makes it much easier to customize. Let’s take a first look at what some of those new features are.
Using SwiftUI’s AsyncImage to render remote images from URLs
Here are a few examples on how to use SwiftUI’s new AsyncImage view to render remote images that were downloaded over the network.
Calling async APIs from a synchronous context
How async/await can be used within a synchronous context, such as from within a view.
A first look at Swift’s new AttributedString
This year, Apple is introducing a first-class Swift type for representing attributed strings. Let’s take a first look at how it works.
What Swift’s new concurrency features might mean for the future of Combine
Is Combine still something worth investing in, or is it likely that it’ll be deprecated and made obsolete within the near future? Let me share my thoughts on that.
What's new in SwiftUI for iOS 15?
Come and explore the new SwiftUI features introduced in iOS 15, using lots of hands-on code examples.
What's new in Swift 5.5
Join me for a live exploration of the new features introduced in Swift 5.5, including async/await, structured concurrency, actors, and more.
Empower Apps | WWDC 2021 - Platforms State of the Union with Peter Witham
In this episode, Leo is joined by Peter Witham to discuss the Platforms State of the Union: Xcode Cloud, Async/Await & Actors, Building Apps on the iPad, Focus & DND, ScreenTime API, Shareplay API and more.