Hopefully you’ve made it through WWDC session short list. Let’s add some reading. Apple brought up many interesting topics.
- We’ll cheat a bit – SwiftUI Changes at WWDC 2022 by Michael Tsai contains multiple great articles on SwiftUI;
- Majid Jabrayilov shares two interesting articles on SwiftUI: What is new in SwiftUI after WWDC22 and Mastering NavigationStack in SwiftUI. Navigator Pattern. – both are must-reads for SwiftUI developers;
- Marco Falanga continues the SwiftUI topic with Using ViewThatFits to replace GeometryReader in SwiftUI;
- Introduction to Dependency Injection with Needle – The Uber Way by Leonardo Maia Pugliese dives into DI in iOS applications;
- And his Two Ways to Unit Test Notification Center in Swift is focused on testing which usually tend to forget;
- John Sundell shares updates based on WWDC22 content – Rendering SwiftUI views within UITableView or UICollectionView cells on iOS 16 and Using the ‘some’ and ‘any’ keywords to reference generic protocols in Swift 5.7 – both are equally interesting;
- Another updated on SwiftUI navigation – Using NavigationLink programmatically based on binding in SwiftUI by Antoine van der Leel;
- Jordan Morgan reminds us that it is not just SwiftUI – iOS 16: Notable UIKit Additions;
- Great work going through digital lounges by Javier – WWDC 2022: Lessons from the SwiftUI Digital Lounges;
- Donny Walls covers couple of interesting Swift 5.7 updates – What’s the difference between any and some in Swift 5.7? and What are primary associated types in Swift 5.7?
And that’s it for today. There might be more articles shared next week, be ready!
Developer:Go through interesting topics.
QA engineer:Go through interesting topics.
PM/DM:Business as usual.