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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #129

Earlier, Apple dropped the first public beta of iOS 13. For a general user, dark mode is definitely t
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #129
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Earlier, Apple dropped the first public beta of iOS 13. For a general user, dark mode is definitely the biggest visual change in this release. By flipping an option in Settings, iOS makes everything dark! In dark mode, the mobile operating system automatically applies a system-wide dark theme for all apps and screens. Apple’s pre-installed apps like Mail and Calendar already look nice in this mode. But for apps developed by third-party developers, it will need some works to make the app support dark mode.
Federico Zanetello already wrote a great article on the topic, showing you what to do to support dark mode in iOS 13.  If you don’t know how to enhance your app to support this new mode, take a look at his article. And, this week, we also published a tutorial on how to preview app screens in dark mode on Xcode 11. Check it out to learn Xcode 11’s new preview feature.
Have a great day! Talk to you next week.

How to Preview Your App in Dark Mode on Xcode 11
iOS 13: Changes In The ViewController Presentation Style
You Don’t (Always) Need [Weak Self]
Rendering SwiftUI Views To HTML
How To Integrate Sign In With Apple Button To Your iOS App?
AVRoutePickerView Replaces MPVolumeView For AirPlay
Using Xcode Previews With Existing Views Without Uing SwiftUI
Solving Keychain Access Can't Export To .p12
SwiftUI: Understanding Declarative Programming
Intro to CallKit
Text Recognition On iOS 13 With Vision, SwiftUI And Combine
An Introduction To Xcode’s Debugger
Shifting Paradigms In Swift
In-Depth Look At Dependency Injection In Swift
Building Grid Layout In SwiftUI
Beginning iOS 12 Programming With Swift
Dark UIs: the dos and don’ts. – UX Collective
How To Integrate UI Animation Strategically Into Your Portfolio
63 Beautiful Dark UI Examples & Design Inspiration
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