iOS Development Newsletter #5

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

News

New Guidelines for Sign in with Apple

We’ve updated the App Store Review Guidelines to provide criteria for when apps are required to use Sign in with Apple. Starting today, new apps submitted to the App Store must follow these guidelines. Existing apps and app updates must follow them by April 2020. More here

Submit Your watchOS Apps to the App Store

For the first time, you can distribute an app just for Apple Watch, without a companion app on iOS. Build your watchOS apps using Xcode 11 GM seed, test them on devices running the latest watchOS 6 GM seed, and submit them for review. More here

Libraries & Repositories

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DynamicColor

Provides powerful methods to manipulate colors in an easy way in Swift. More on Github

SF Symbols Metadata

A tool to decrypt SF Symbols metadata from the font files. More on Github

Concentric Onboarding

SwiftUI library for a walkthrough or onboarding flow with tap actions. More on Github

TinyConstraints

The syntactic sugar that makes Auto Layout sweeter for human use. More on Github

Articles

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Exyte: Replicating the Apple Card Application using SwiftUI

Read here

The.Swift.Dev: Migrating from CocoaPods to Swift Package Manager

Read here

Better Programming: Understanding New Location Permission Changes in iOS 13

Read here

Majid’s Blog about Swift development: Accessibility in SwiftUI

Read here

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