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There are some powerful documentation features of Xcode you may not be using and will make your life a lot easier. Take a look at the ..read more
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In our last tip, I made a single checkbox in SwiftUI. Let’s learn more about collections in SwiftUI and build a checklist.  If you ..read more
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There’s lots of good stuff in SwiftUI. One missing control is old fashioned checkbox like I have on the web or on my Mac. There is a way ..read more
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If you’ve been working with View controllers for a while, you’ve probably dealt with prepareForSegue. In Xcode 11, there’s a new way ..read more
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Of the most underrated collection types is sets. Sets are an unordered collection with unique values. Let’s take a look at what you can ..read more
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An often ignored but rather powerful View Controller is the UISplitViewController. You can make one from a template and the storyboard, but ..read more
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A few tips ago, we went under the hood with unicode Characters and their relationship to the Swift String type. For most, that’s great ..read more
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Your app can get into problems when you launch UI from others threads, such as closures.  For example, you  might have an app that going ..read more
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One dilemma you’ll find when working with colors is switching between color systems. There’s two you’ll most often be using: the Red- ..read more
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For reading ease and visual accessibility you should be using dynamic fonts whenever possible. Let’s look at an example you can get from ..read more

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