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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #159

It's great to be back to Singapore to attend the iOS Conf SG. This 2-day conference covered a wide ra
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #159
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It’s great to be back to Singapore to attend the iOS Conf SG. This 2-day conference covered a wide range of topics, ranging from SwiftUI to Server Side Swift. I really love this conference, not only you can learn something about Swift, but you will meet many great people who share the same passion about Swift and app development.
As the organizer announced, the next iOS Conf SG will be held on Jan 20th-22nd in 2021. I know it may be too early to plan for your next year’s trip. But if you have never attended an iOS conference, I highly recommend you to consider iOS Conf SG as your first conference. So mark your calendar and hope we can meet next year.
Lastly, don’t forget to check out the tutorials we collected for you. We got tons of great links this week.
Talk soon,
Simon

Tutorials
Creating Status Bar Apps on macOS in Swift
Continuous Integration Using GitHub Actions For iOS Projects
Practical Functional Programming In Swift: The Fundamentals
Building Networking Layer Using Functions
The iOS Internationalization Basics
Implementing Context Menus In iOS 13 Using SwiftUI Or UIKit
EXC_BAD_ACCESS Crash Error: Understanding And Solving It
You Can Use SwiftUI Today
Five Tips To Write Better Todos In Xcode
Test Assertions In Swift
Xcode Preview Snips
Creating Document-Based Apps With SwiftUI
Adding Context Menus In iOS 13
Move View When Keyboard Is Shown (Guide)
How To Fix Slow List Updates In SwiftUI
SwiftUI - What Has Changed In Your MVVM Pattern Implementation
Ads/ Sponsored
Mastering SwiftUI
UI/ UX
UX Design Trends For 2020
White Space: It Is Not An Empty Canvas. It’s A Powerful Design Tool.
7 Typography Tips For Interface Design
Libraries
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