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SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #85
The curated collection of links about SwiftUI. Delivered every Monday.
Many of our apps do heavy work on background threads like networking or data processing. We usually want to display progress or the activity indicator of the ongoing work. This week we will learn how to use ProgressView to present both indeterminate and determinate progress in SwiftUI.
Displaying borders around views in SwiftUI is easy, and this post shows how to draw borders that are simple, rounded, or have another shape.
Learn how to use TimelineView and Canvas in SwiftUI and combine them to produce animated graphics.
In SwiftUI, there are many different ways to animate something on screen. You can have implicit animations, explicit animations, animated bindings and transactions.
Since iOS 14, Apple allows us to add pull to refresh functionality to our SwiftUI apps with just a few steps. In this article, you will learn how to add pull to refresh functionality to Lists.
Using new concurrency model with SwiftUI apps.
Let’s explore Swift’s version of actors, and what kind of problems that we could solve by defining custom actor types within our code bases.
In this project we build a book review app using Core Data, @Bindable, and custom UI components.