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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #80

It's really interesting to see Apple replaced all executive portraits in its leadership web page with
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #80
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It’s really interesting to see Apple replaced all executive portraits in its leadership web page with Memoji, a great way to demonstrate and market a new feature of the upcoming iOS 12. If you haven’t checked that out, head over to Apple’s website to take a look.
As promised, we’ll walk you through more new features introduced in iOS 12 SDK. This week, we will show you how to implement AR Quick Look in your apps and websites. You read it right! This new feature applies to your websites too.
Have a great week and enjoy the tutorials!
Regards,
Simon

Tutorials
ARKit 2.0 Tutorial: An Introduction to AR Quick Look in iOS 12
Atomic Properties In Swift
Make Your App Accessible For Everyone
Readable Width Table Views With iOS 12
Build Performance Analysing In Xcode 10
Fixing Memory Leaks — Strong Reference Cycles — In Swift 4
Subclass-Free View Controllers In Swift
Swift GYB
A Beginner’s Guide To Developing Custom Intent Siri Shortcuts For iOS 12
Extension Approach To Keeping UITextFields In Sight
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UI/ UX
10 Years Of The App Store: The Design Evolution Of The Earliest Apps
4 Empty State Best Practices To Improve Your UX Design
11 Sketch Plugins That Will Improve Your Workflow
15 Simple Habits That Will Help You Become A Better UX Designer
Libraries
QRCode
GPUImage3
Flint
Wormholy
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