Displaying dates or times is a very common requirement for many apps, often using a specific date formatter. Let’s see what SwiftUI brings to the table to make it easier for developers.
When creating new features, it’s really important to think about how our users will use it. Most of the time, the UI is straightforward enough. However, sometimes, you will want to give some guidance, to highlight a button or a switch, with a message attached. Today, we’ll create a reusable and adaptable overlay in Swift to help onboard mobile users for any of your features.
A question that comes back often when using Coordinator pattern in iOS development is how to pass data between views. Today I’ll share different approaches for a same solution, regardless if you are using MVVM, MVC or other architectural design pattern.
One reason I like so much working on native mobile apps is to deliver the user experience based on their region and location. Although, for every update, it can be painful for developers to recapture screenshots foreach available language. Today, I’ll share how to automate this with UI tests and Xcode tools.
With Mac Catalyst and SwiftUI support for macOS, Apple has been pushing new tools to the community for the past couple years to create new services on Mac computers. Does it mean you should do too? Here are couple things to consider first.
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