Number Text Animation in SwiftUI with contentTransition

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Hallo bomen en bloemen, Leo hier. Today we will talk about number text animation in SwiftUI. I’m finally back. I took some “vacation time” and now the show must go on. If you work for a really big company, it is not unusual to be constrained to what other areas demand. For example, when I […]

Using the New Observation Framework to Network Monitoring in SwiftUI

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Hallo speelgoed en cadeautjes, Leo hier. Have you already thought about what is the end game for developers? I mean, in all my experience working with developers that are more than 40 years old is really rare. Even rare is working with software engineers that have more than 50, and I think I never worked […]

Understanding Once and For All SwiftUI Alignment Guides

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Hallo computers en projectoren, Leo hier. We are going to discover some of the alignment guides features in SwiftUI. Today I had some nightmares. It is weird how those things are, right? Sleeping as it is, is a weird thing because one moment you are living and awake in the next just void. As I woke […]

Automating SwiftUI Accessibility Audits in Xcode 15

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Hallo vorken en messen, Leo hier. Accessibility is a crucial aspect in the development and design of iOS apps, and its importance extends beyond just a compliance requirement; it’s about creating inclusive and universally usable digital products. Accessibility ensures that all users, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, can access and benefit from apps. This […]

How to use Published Properties inside a Protocol in SwiftUI?

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Hallo jassen en Jurken, Leo hier. Today we will talk about published properties and protocols in SwiftUI. Last weekend I had a nice chat with my friends about getting old and the effects we already feel in our bodies. Interestingly, the most common aging effect is that we all eat less. When I was young […]

A Guide to Geofences in SwiftUI

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Hallo hoofdgerechten en snoepjes, Leo hier. Today we will create Geofences in SwiftUI. I think we all remember the Pokemon GO fever, right? Here are just some examples of that fever. Hundreds of people running after Pokemons in certain locations. That was the dream of any Pokemon trainer, now they can have the same feeling […]

Create Your Own Step Counter SwiftUI App in 5 Minutes

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Hallo telefoons en televisies, Leo hier. Today we will explore the amazing world of HealthKit creating a really simple Step Counter SwiftUI app. As the year draws to a close, it brings with it many joys: Christmas parties, indoor barbecues with friends (locally known as ‘gourmetten‘), and New Year celebrations. This is also the time […]

The Future of Accessing User Location in SwiftUI

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Hallo afwijkenden en wanbetalers, Leo hier. Today we will explore the new API to get User Location in SwiftUI. You know, when we first start out in our careers, it’s all about getting the technical things right. We’re laser-focused on mastering the skills of our trade. But as time goes on and we move up […]

Discovering All SwiftUI TextField Keyboard Types

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Hallo graaf en burggravin, Leo hier. Today we will explore all the SwiftUI TextField Keyboard types. It is always weird to say that we will explore ALL the possibilities for an API because I feel that whenever I press the “publish” button it is already out-of-date content. But for this specific case, I have a […]

SwiftUI Guide: Triggering Actions Solely on First View Appearance

Hallo bomen en bloemen, Leo hier. Today we will talk about a little something widespread in UIKit but we don’t have a native way to do it in SwiftUI that is running an action just once per view load. In UIKit lifecycle we had the viewDidLoad callback that we could use and that would guarantee […]

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