View profile

AppCoda Weekly - Issue #210

AppCoda Weekly - Issue #210
By AppCoda Weekly • Issue #210 • View online
iOS 14 brings in the new PHPicker API for importing photos and videos. Up until iOS 13, the available photo picker to use had been the UIImagePickerController; a familiar view controller that made its debut many years back. 
This controller, however, carries along two disadvantages; the first is that it provides a relatively limited environment to pick media items from. Users can select one photo or video at each time only, while there’s no option to search for specific items when there are many of those stored in user’s library. The second downside is that developers are required to ask from users for their consent in order to present it, and therefore add new entries in the app’s Info.plist file with a description of the intended use.
PHPicker changes all that, and makes importing photos and videos an easier and faster task. This week, Gabriel has written up a complete guide to PHPicker. If you want to learn the API, don’t forget to check out the tutorial.
Talk soon,

The Complete Guide to PHPicker API in iOS 14
TextField In SwiftUI
Custom Working Directory In Xcode
KeyWindow A Better Way Of Exposing Values From The Key Window
Detailed Look At The NSCollectionLayoutGroup
Using Swift Result And flatMap
How To Simplify Communication Patterns With Closure In Swift
Validating Email Addresses Using RawRepresentable And NSDataDetector
Swipeless Tinder Using iOS 14 Vision Hand Pose Estimation
Build A TextField For Numbers In SwiftUI
How To Transfer Applications For App Store Small Business Program Members
Ads/ Sponsored
Mastering SwiftUI
The State Of UX For 2021
The UX Of Illustrating My Way To Figma
How To Make Complex Interactive Buttons In Figma In 3 Steps
A Guide To Designing App Wireframes: Step-By-Step
Did you enjoy this issue?
AppCoda Weekly

Must-read Swift & iOS programming articles that take your skills to the next level. Deliver every Tuesday!

If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue