iOS Unsigned - Weekly Reads - Issue #3
Happy Tuesday everyone,
It’s kinda obvious that Mondays and newsletters aren’t working for me. So, it’s Tuesday from now (hopefully!) on.
Welcome to the third issue of iOS Unsigned, a newsletter covering some of my favorite articles and iOS development resources. Without further ado, let’s get started.
While working on his SwiftUI app, Michael ran into a SwiftUI List bug on iOS 16.0. Did you know Lists now use Collection View instead of Table Views under the hood? Michael makes a compelling case for a way to link your applications with the most recent version of SwiftUI framework — and thereby insulating it from changes — a thing that Android’s Jetpack Compose has gotten right.
Manuel Meyer highlights the problems in the current architectural patterns and proposes a new boilerplate-free architecture for iOS development.
Make a well-documented, organized, scalable SwiftUI project using the MVVM architecture that will make your code reviewers say “wow”. It’s a food menu app by Ben Myers.
Demirhan M. Atabey walks us through some use cases of their open-source project to integrate aesthetically pleasing maps in your iOS apps.
Giovani Pereira builds a guide (with an accompanying app) that encompasses almost all accessibility implementations in iOS.
Riccardo Cipolleschi is back with another timely guide. This one shows how to configure a command plugin for Swift 5.7.
In this tutorial, Cole Dennis shows how to 3D Generated text meshes in a RealityKit scene.
That’s seven for today. Until next time,