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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #189

WWDC20 finished almost two months ago, but still we are all talking about the new frameworks, APIs, a
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #189
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WWDC20 finished almost two months ago, but still we are all talking about the new frameworks, APIs, and improvements announced this year. Among all those there’s something that is going to have a strong impact to the way we work when implementing in-app purchases in our apps. That is the brand new capability of testing StoreKit locally in Xcode 12.
StoreKit Testing allows you to test in-app purchases locally without the need of connecting to the App Store servers. In this week’s tutorial, we will walk you through StoreKit, show you how to set up the test environment, and test in-app purchases in a local environment.
By the way, a quick reminder about the early access discount of our new Machine Learning book. The discount ends in 10 days!
As always, hope you enjoy all the great tutorials we collect for you this week.
Talk soon,
Simon

Tutorials
Testing In-App Purchases Using StoreKit in Xcode 12
Menus In SwiftUI
Expandable Button In SwiftUI
Modularity
How To Declare Swift Protocol For A Specific Class
Swiftʼs Collection Types
Using Codable With Core Data And NSManagedObject
Building A Multi-Platform App With SwiftUI
Swift: Property Wrappers
Sharing Data With A Widget
Multiline String Literal Tips And Tricks
Atomic Properties And Thread-Safe Data Structure In Swift
Ads/ Sponsored
Mastering SwiftUI
UI/ UX
6 Steps To Create Delightful Buttons
How To Use Animation To Improve Mobile User Experience
5 Simple Design Tips For Better Design
Learn From The Best: Product Design Principles
Libraries
Stripes
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