SwiftUI 3 Reference Guide
What will you learn?
This SwiftUI 3 Reference Guide is featuring all major updates and improvements of Apple’s native user interface framework. It covers not only the basics but more advanced topics as well such as asynchronous task, pull to refresh, search bar, custom swipe action buttons, remote image from an URL, visual effect blur, dismissing the keyboard, markdown text, new alerts & action sheets API, etc.
Learn how to use watchOS with SwiftUI
By developing this Notes app, we will learn how to save notes directly to the watch. Then we will see how we can browse through and read all notes using a SwiftUI list. Of course, there will be deleting any notes option too.
Besides that, we will create a well-designed detail view for each note item.
You will be surprised how many input solutions are provided for us by the watchOS framework.
For example, users can dictate, scribble, select one of the emojis or type text using the iPhone or even iPad devices.
But we won't stop learning the basics, and we are going to extra mile by developing an extra feature: a setting to adjust the number of text lines in the notes collection.
We will focus on using SwiftUI instead of using the old WatchKit framework since it is a cross-platform toolkit.
You can download the PDF workbook file of this complete SwiftUI 3 framework tutorials and take a deep look at all of the various app development topics that we’re going to cover.
Master Apple’s SwiftUI 3 framework
Asset files and Graphics
Unlike any other online SwiftUI courses and books, this masterclass provides you professionally-made asset files, such as graphics, app icons, sounds, and so on.
These supplemental learning materials will give you a real-life experience of how a professional app developer works within a real-life environment with UI designers together.
My goal with all this, to help you to enjoy the development process, so you can be satisfied by looking at the finished application.