As you could see, there was a delay with good reads for Apple developers. Let’s recap most of the good articles for these weeks. This would be long list of reads for the following week, not a weekend.
Let’s dive in.
- SwiftUI under the Hood: Fonts, SwiftUI under the Hood: Variadic Views by Moving Parts go deep into SwiftUI internals;
- Stefan Kieleithner shares Presenting Popovers on iPhone with SwiftUI article to cover quite important UI element;
- Modifier Monday: .trim(from:to:) by Jordan Morgan covers one of
- Jordan also publishes Observable Structs in SwiftUI – on observing techniques for structs;
- Marin Todorov continues his series on asynchronous development with TaskGroup as a workflow design tool and optimization series: Optimization in Swift, part 1, Optimization in Swift, part 2, Optimization in Swift, part 3;
- @StateObject vs. @ObservedObject: The differences explained by Antoine van der Lee covers difference in two SwiftUI object references;
- Good tutorial on
Visionframework Person Segmentation in Vision framework by Vidhur Voora;
- Xcode Cloud gets more and more attention – Using Custom Build Scripts and Environment Variables in Xcode Cloud by Moritz Philip Recke goes into advanced uses of this platform;
- Leonardo Maia Pugliese explores new
TabularDataframework by Apple – Crunching Data with the new Apple’s TabularData Framework;
- Another article by Leonardo dives in Combine and Structured Concurrency thread management – Swift and Combine: Which thread runs my sink closure?;
- Charles proxy usage overview by Natascha Fadeeva – Quick guide on Charles Proxy for iOS development and Manipulating networking requests and responses with Charles;
- Good tutorial on gRPC by as Walter Tyree – gRPC and Server Side Swift: Getting Started;
- Adapting SwiftUI Label Style by Keith Harrison explains label styles in SwiftUI;
- Majid Jabrayilov covers very important topic of state restoration in SwiftUI – State restoration in SwiftUI;
- Giovanni Monaco explains usage of sheet presentation in SwiftUI – Using a UISheetPresentationController in SwiftUI.
Yes. This list is long, pick something that suits you.
Developer:Go through interesting topics.
QA engineer:Business as usual.
PM/DM:Business as usual.