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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #171

This week, let's get back to the basics. We've written up a new tutorial for beginners, walking you t
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #171
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This week, let’s get back to the basics. We’ve written up a new tutorial for beginners, walking you through different access levels in Swift. If you still have no idea about the difference between fileprivate and public, don’t forget to check out the new tutorial, written by Gabriel.
One thing that we enjoy publishing an ebook is that we can easily update it and release it to our customers. Recently, we received quite a number of requests lately about how to include a search bar using SwiftUI. So, we write up two new chapters for that. If you’ve bought the Mastering SwiftUI book before, you will receive another update next week.
As always, hope you enjoy the tutorials we collect for you. You don’t have to read them all. Pick those that interests you and learn.
Talk to you next week.
Regards,
Simon

Tutorials
A Beginner's Guide to Access Levels in Swift 5
Building A COVID-19 Tracing App In A Week
Configuring The Main Thread Checker
Keyboard Avoidance For SwiftUI Views
Drag And Drop In SwiftUI
Find and Copy Xcode Device Support Files
5 Must-Know Xcode Shortcuts For Unit Testing
Understanding Swift's ObjectIdentifier
A Guide to The SwiftUI Layout System
Make The Code Testable In Swift
Inspect App folder In Simulators And Real Device
How ARKit 3.5 Enables Immersive Augmented Reality Experiences On iOS
8 Essential Apps For iOS Developers
SwiftUI — Passcode field For OTP And Pin Entry
Ads/ Sponsored
Mastering SwiftUI
UI/ UX
The 10 Best UX Laws And Principles
Create And Share Custom UI Kits
Top 5 Mobile Interaction Designs Of Spring 2020
Libraries
swift-doc
playbook-ios
X-SwiftFormat
SecurePropertyStorage
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