iOS Development Newsletter #15

Weekly Swift development newsletter for iOS and macOS developers from our mobile team.

iOS Development Newsletter #15

📰 News

Bloomberg: Inside Apple’s iPhone Software Shakeup After Buggy iOS 13 Debut

Software chief Federighi is overhauling development and testing of iOS 14 to make it easier to spot problems early.

SF Symbols 1.1 Update

With the SF Symbols Mac app, you can view over 1,500 symbols available for use. Each symbol comes in a wide range of weights and scales, allowing you to easily design adaptable interfaces that look great.

📖 Articles

Photo by Rainier Ridao on Unsplash

QuickBird Studios: SwiftUI Architectures: Model-View, Redux & MVVM

Speaking of the declarative nature of SwiftUI, you probably will be interested in this article about Model-View, Redux, and MVVM architectures in SwiftUI backed apps.

Netsplit.com: Flexible Frames

I highly recommend checking out this post about how .frame view modifier works in SwiftUI. Initially, this piece was published in July but still might be interesting to all SwiftUI developers.

NSHipster: KeyValuePairs

KeyValuePairs: A complete breakdown from NSHipster about key-value structure from Swift Standard Library.

🛠 Libraries

Photo by Clem Onojeghuo on Unsplash

Spruce iOS

Spruce is a lightweight animation library that helps choreograph the animations on the screen.

KeyboardObserving

A Combine-based way to observe and adjust for Keyboard notifications in SwiftUI.

AnimatedTextInput

Animated UITextField and UITextView replacement for iOS.

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