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SwiftUI
iOS & Swift
SwiftUI: Getting Started
In this SwiftUI tutorial, you’ll learn how to layout the UI by declaring and modifying views, and how to use state variables to update your UI. You’ll use Xcode’s new preview and live preview, and experience the joy of code and WYSIWYG layout that stay in sync.
iOS & Swift
SwiftUI Tutorial: Navigation
In this tutorial, you’ll use SwiftUI to implement the navigation of a master-detail app. You’ll learn how to implement a navigation stack, a navigation bar button, a context menu and a modal sheet.
iOS & Swift
SwiftUI Tutorial for iOS: Creating Charts
In this SwiftUI tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a variety of custom charts to effectively model your iOS app data to your users.
iOS & Swift
Core Data with SwiftUI Tutorial: Getting Started
In this Core Data with SwiftUI tutorial, you’ll learn to persist data in an app using @State, @Environment and @FetchRequest property wrappers.
iOS & Swift
Getting Started with SwiftUI Animations
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add fancy animations with SwiftUI. You’ll go from basic animations to complex and custom spring animations.
iOS & Swift
How to Create a Splash Screen With SwiftUI
Learn to build a splash screen that uses animation and SwiftUI to go beyond the typical static launch screen and keeps users interested while the app loads.
iOS & Swift
SwiftUI by Tutorials
Build fluid and engaging declarative UI for your apps — using less code — with SwiftUI! SwiftUI by Tutorials is designed to help you learn how to transition from the “old way” of building your app UI with UIKit, to the “new way” of building responsive UI with modern declarative syntax with SwiftUI. This book is for readers who are comfortable building Swift apps, and want to make the exciting leap into building their app UI with modern, declarative code. What is SwiftUI? SwiftUI lets you build better apps, faster, and with less code. It’s a developer’s dream come true! With SwiftUI, you can design your user interfaces in a declarative way; instead of developing app interfaces in an imperative way, by coding all of the application state logic before time, you can instead define what your app’s UI should do in a particular state and let the underlying OS figure out how to do it. What’s more is that SwiftUI lets you build modern, responsive UI and animations for all Apple devices — not just iOS. So whether you’re building apps for iOS, watchOS, tvOS or any other Apple platform, you can use the same concise, natural language to describe your UI and have it look stunning — no matter where your code runs. In addition, SwiftUI’s built-in automatic support for things such as dark mode, localization and accessibility, along with Xcode 11 support for drag-and-drop design and instant preview makes it easier to build apps than ever before. How is this book different than SwiftUI Apprentice? Our other book on getting started with SwiftUI, SwiftUI Apprentice, is designed to teach new developers how to build iOS apps, using a SwiftUI-first approach. The goal of that book is to teach you fundamental development practices as you build out some fully-functional and great-looking apps! This book, SwiftUI by Tutorials, is designed for developers who have a solid background in iOS development, and are looking to make the leap from building apps with UIKit, to building apps with SwiftUI.
iOS & Swift
Sign in with Apple Using SwiftUI
Learn how to implement Sign in with Apple using SwiftUI, to give users more privacy and control in your iOS apps.
iOS & Swift
async/await in SwiftUI
Convert a SwiftUI app to use the new Swift concurrency and find out what’s going on beneath the shiny surface.
iOS & Swift
Building a Camera App With SwiftUI and Combine
Learn to natively build your own SwiftUI camera app using Combine and create fun filters using the power of Core Image.
iOS & Swift
SwiftUI Localization Tutorial for iOS: Getting Started
Learn time-saving techniques to transform your team’s localization workflow!
iOS & Swift
SwiftUI Button Tutorial: Customization
Learn how to easily customize your app buttons style with the minimum effort by leveraging the latest SwiftUI button modifiers.
iOS & Swift
How To Secure iOS User Data: Keychain Services and Biometrics with SwiftUI
Learn how to integrate keychain services and biometric authentication into a simple password-protected note-taking SwiftUI app.
iOS & Swift
SwiftUI Search: Getting Started
Learn how to use the searchable modifier to quickly add search capability to your SwiftUI apps.
Multiple Domains
ViewBuilder Tutorial: Creating Reusable SwiftUI Views
Learn how to use ViewBuilder to create reusable SwiftUI views. Understand how to refactor views, including how to use type constraints and convenience initializers.
Multiple Domains
Multiplatform App Tutorial: SwiftUI and Xcode 12
Learn how to use Xcode 12’s multiplatform app template and SwiftUI to write a single app that runs on every Apple platform.
iOS & Swift
How to Create a Neumorphic Design With SwiftUI
In this neumorphic design tutorial, you’ll learn how to use SwiftUI’s powerful modifiers to craft beautiful custom elements.
iOS & Swift
Understanding Data Flow in SwiftUI
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how data flow in SwiftUI helps maintain a single source of truth for the data in your app.
iOS & Swift
Getting Started with Cloud Firestore and SwiftUI
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Firebase Cloud Firestore to add persistence to a SwiftUI iOS application with Swift.
iOS & Swift
Dynamic Core Data with SwiftUI Tutorial for iOS
Learn how to take advantage of all the new Core Data features introduced in iOS 15 to make your SwiftUI apps even more powerful.
iOS & Swift
Sharing Core Data With CloudKit in SwiftUI
Learn to share data between CoreData and CloudKit in a SwiftUI app.
iOS & Swift
Realm With SwiftUI Tutorial: Getting Started
Learn how to use Realm with SwiftUI as a data persistence solution by building a potion shopping list app.
iOS & Swift
Drag and Drop Tutorial for SwiftUI
Learn how to use the drag and drop API in SwiftUI by building your own simple iPadOS and iOS bug reporting app.
iOS & Swift
iOS Accessibility in SwiftUI Tutorial Part 1: Getting Started
In this article, you’ll fix the accessibility of a SwiftUI master-detail app with various types of images that need more informative labels.