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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #215

AppCoda Weekly - Issue #215
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When the SwiftUI framework was first released, developers are required to wrap the MKMapView class in order to embed a map in a SwiftUI application. With the release of Xcode 12, the latest version of SwiftUI provides a native SwiftUI Map view for you to display a map interface. Optionally, you can display annotations using the built-in annotation views such as MapMarker.
In this week’s tutorial, we will show you how to use the Map structure in SwiftUI and create annotations at a specific locations on the map.
As usual, we collect some other great tutorials for your weekend reading. Have fun!

How to Work with SwiftUI Maps and Annotations
Using Async/Await In SwiftUI - Swift Evolution
Keyboard Navigation In SwiftUI
Building Type-Safe Networking In Swift
Migrating An iOS App To SwiftUI - Navigation & Storyboards
Swift—Automatic Code Styling Tool In 2021
Persisting Data In CoreData Using SwiftUI
Chained Implicit Member Expressions In Swift 5.4
Xcode 12.5 Playground Access To App Types
The Swift Compiler For Beginners
Mastering SwiftUI
5 Ways To Improve Your Mobile App User Experience With Illustrations
Photo Content In User Interfaces: 7 Basic Goals
Mobile Navigation: Patterns And Examples
15 Amazing App Designs You Should See In 2021
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