Many times we need to make API calls to fetch data to display in a list. Here, I show how to do that with SwiftUI. To illustrate the…
Continuing with our clean architecture, let’s write a simple Todo CoreData Datasource in swift. Our applications repository method would…
By employing clean architecture, you can design applications with very low coupling and independent of technical implementation details…
Comparing key features of Observables and Promises
Lists are one of the most popular views used in SwiftUI and SwiftUI 3 changes made List view even better.
In WWDC 2021, Apple introduce additional features for List further improving the component itself.
Use the new Canvas view to build a simple painting app
Dependency injection, delegate methods, and more
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And comparing the implementations across the various SwiftUI iterations
Jul 3, 2017
You start off with a version number on you app’s splash screen. Then later you have an in-app profile screen the version number should be…
Jan 30, 2019
This is a series of of XCode / Swift / iOS Programming Gotchas to remind myself and many other beginner programmers whom are stressing out…
Sep 20, 2016
iOS versioning is a seemingly simple problem. All you need to do is give your app a version number and you’re done, right? Not quite. In…
Apr 9, 2015
In a world where everything is automated, one source of frustration is managing CFBundleVersion after each app submission.
Apple(at WWDC21) introduced many new features for SwiftUI 3, with these new addition came one of the most sought out feature for list in…
Material is another great feature that was introduced at WWDC21 and with the release of SwiftUI 3.
What to keep in mind when writing your modules and libraries
Task modifier was introduced in WWDC21 as part of iOS 15 release. Task modifier can be applied on any SwiftUI view and is another…
SwiftUI introduced ToolbarItem with iOS 14. ToolbarItem represents an item which can be placed in navigation bar or toolbar . Starting iOS…
The title of this story is similar to WWDC`21 session 10063, except that on WWDC there was “UIKit” instead of “SwiftUI” in the title.
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