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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #184

We are still exploring all the new features of SwiftUI and target to release an update for our Master
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #184
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We are still exploring all the new features of SwiftUI and target to release an update for our Mastering SwiftUI book in late Jul.
In Xcode 12, Apple introduced a new feature that lets you easily share your custom views to the View library. Some readers asked what does this mean? For example, we’ve built a progress view and want to make it available for other developers. You can now use the LibraryContentProvider protocol and add the control to the View library. Later, you can then drag the component from the library and use it directly. You can check out this demo video to see it in action.
As usual, we got a large collection of tutorials for your reading this week. Hope you enjoy them!
Talk soon,
Simon

Tutorials
Using LinkPresentation Framework to Present Rich Links in iOS Apps
Use AppleScript To Generate An Enum For SF Symbols
10 Code Snippets From WWDC20
Apple Machine Learning In 2020: What’s New?
iOS 14: Quick Dive Into The New UIColorWell
Implementing An Infinite Scrolling List With SwiftUI And Combine
WWDC 2020 Viewing Guide
Backward Compatibility With SwiftUI
Creating Debug Menus In Swift With UIContextMenuInteraction
A Guide To SwiftUI’s State Management System
New In iOS 14: Vision Contour Detection
A Touch Of Combine
Nearby Interaction iOS 14 WWDC20
ScrollViewReader And OnChange Modifier In SwiftUI
A First Look At MatchedGeometryEffect
Ads/ Sponsored
Mastering SwiftUI
UI/ UX
Using SVGs In Asset Catalogs
50 Shades Of Dark Mode Gray
The Comeback Of Fun In Visual Design
Top 5 Mobile Interaction Designs Of June 2020
BLM Inspired Animations
Libraries
mockingbird
Sim Genie
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