We’re all still processing the WWDC announcements, watching sessions, reading reviews. And here is another pack of good reads.
- Let’s start with some fundamental reads – June 2023: What’s new in the Swift Community? by Tiago Gomes Pereira goes through important announcements;
- WWDC 2023 Viewing Guide by Keith Harrison navigates through session structured in sections;
- Paul Hudson goes through SwiftUI updates in iOS 17 – What’s new in SwiftUI for iOS 17;
- A Developer’s View of Vision Pro by David Smith provides a independent developer’s point of view on new Apple device;
- SwiftData is covered by Josh Steele in SwiftData: Simplifying Persistence in iOS Apps;
- Charlie Chapman covers monetization news in WWDC 2023 highlights: What’s in store for subscription apps;
- Xcode productivity tip – See all parameter permutations in code completion in Xcode 15 by Natalia Panferova;
- Natascha Fadeeva covers Natural Language Processing framework usage – How to find synonyms with the Natural Language framework for iOS;
- This one is actually video, but an interesting one – how to bring mixins to Swift with macros – Unlocking Mixins with Swift 5.9 Macros by Alejandro Martinez;
- Lee Kah Seng coves new controller to show “empty” screen – How to Handle Empty States Using UIContentUnavailableConfiguration;
- Christian Tietze mixes Swift Package Manager with Objective-C – Swift Package Import in Objective-C Might Just Work;
- Swift Result Builders: Getting Started by Andrew Tetlaw explains use of Result Builders in Swift;
- New scroll view transitions are explained in Mastering ScrollView in SwiftUI. Transitions by Majid Jabrayilov;
- Interpolate text with custom foreground style in SwiftUI by Natalia Panferova covers foreground styles added in iOS 17;
- Antoine van der Lee goes through Swift macros – Swift Macros: Extend Swift with New Kinds of Expressions;
- Everything publishers need to know about app store fees, guidelines, and compliance by Peter Meinertzhagen focuses on App Store monetization questions.
That is a lot. Choose wisely. And.. #ICYMI Apple Treats team reviewed WWDC23. This was really fun episode and we went through important developer announcements and talked about spatial computing too.
Developer:Go through interesting topics.
QA engineer:Go through interesting topics.
PM/DM:Business as usual.