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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #212

AppCoda Weekly - Issue #212
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We just launched the book update for our Intermediate iOS Programming with Swift book. Now the book fully supports Xcode 12. Other than ensuring its compatibility with the latest version of iOS & Xcode. We also added a number of new content. For example, the WidgetKit framework and Compositional Layout. To learn more about the book, please check it out here.
Apple just released Xcode 12.5 Beta. I haven’t tried out the beta yet, but according to its release, one new feature is that you can record animated GIFs using the built-in simulator:
Simulator can create animated GIFs from video recordings using the new Record Video feature. After recording a video, right-click on the video preview, then select Save as Animated GIF. To keep both the video file and the animated GIF, press and hold Option and select Save Copy as Animated GIF. You can adjust the dimensions and size of the generated GIFs in Simulator Preferences.
As always, I hope you enjoy the tutorials we collected for you. Have a great weekend!
Talk soon,

My First Failed SwiftUI Project
Profiling SwiftUI App Using Instruments
Persistence With Core Data And SwiftUI
Presenting SwiftUI Views From ObjectiveC
How To Display Date And Time In SwiftUI
Adding Double Column Navigation To A SwiftUI Document App
How To Migrate From SwiftUI To UIKit App Delegate Life Cycle In Xcode
Tips And Practices For Setting Up Diffable Data Sources
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Mastering SwiftUI
UI Cheat Sheet: Icon Categories + Icon Style Reference Guide
6 Steps To Make Glassmorphic Card
The Guide To Atomic Design
5 Signs That You Need A Redesign
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