I ran a number of iOS development workshop for school teachers. My students always asked if the Swift Playgrounds app can be run on Mac. If you follow the news closely, you know Apple released the Swift Playgrounds app for Mac a couple of weeks. I only got time to try it out this week. It’s really interesting that you can try out SwiftUI without using Xcode. If you haven’t tried it out, just go up to the Mac app store and download it.
As always, we got a great collection of the iOS programming tutorials. Spare some time this week and study some of them!
How do you find typos in an improperly formatted plist file, especially when Xcode provides no detail about badly formed XML? This article shows you how to fix plist bugs and do a few other things by using the little known plutil command line tool.
Tokenizing simply means to separate a string and analyze it to find its semantic units.In this article, you will learn explore how to use NLTokenizer to separate natural language text into its proper units.
SwiftUI provides several exciting ways to change the shape of your view like clipping, masking, and a few other operations on the shape of views. This blog talks about these methods of altering view’s shape in SwiftUI.
Learn how to build fluid UIs and a real world app with SwiftUI, Apple’s brand new framework introduced in iOS 13. Dive deep into SwiftUI and learn to develop UI in declarative syntax. You will work with various UI elements including Context Menu, List, ScrollView, etc, and learn how to create complex layouts with Stacks.
90% of the smartphones sold today have >5-inch displays. Bigger screen real estate presents newer challenges and opportunities for app makers and designers. Let’s look at how designing apps for one-handed usage can solve those challenges.