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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #146

Two things to share with you this week. First, we are going to roll out our new book - Mastering Swif
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #146
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Two things to share with you this week. First, we are going to roll out our new book - Mastering SwiftUI next week. I really enjoy building user interface in SwiftUI. This book is going to teach you how and master the skills. You’ll learn how to use the built-in components (like stacks, list, context menu, etc) and create complex UIs. SwiftUI simplifies the development of animations and view transitions. You’ll also learn various animation techniques. More details will share with you next week.
Next, it’s about the iOS Conf SG, one of the best conferences for iOS developers. The upcoming conference is scheduled to take place in mid-January next year. I’ve been to iOS Conf SG for three years and will definitely attend it again in the coming year. The organizer is so kind to offer our reader a discount. If you are interested in the conference, just follow this link to purchase the ticket to save 10% off!
Talk soon,
Simon

Tutorials
A Complete Guide to In-App Purchases for iOS Development
 SwiftUI Accessibility: Attributes
Essential Xcode Shortcuts For More Efficient Coding
Optionals In Swift Explained: 5 Things You Should Know
Swift Error Handling Strategies
Style Transfer iOS Application Using Convolutional Neural Networks
Building A Face Detecting Robot With URLSessionWebSocketTask, CoreML, SwiftUI And An Arduino
Encapsulating Configuration Code In Swift
Ads/ Sponsored
iOS 13 Coming Soon!
UI/ UX
How To Design Delightful Dark Themes
The Myths Of Color Contrast Accessibility
Call To Action: The Ultimate Survival Guide
List UI Design: Principles And Examples
Libraries
xcdiff
ASCollectionView
iCimulator
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