iOS Unsigned - Weekly Reads - Issue #4
Happy Tuesday everyone,
From a glimpse at an open-source project to building SwiftUI iOS and macOS apps, we’ve got 4 goodies to inspire you to build amazing apps this week.
Giving Firebase Dynamic Links macOS Support
Firebase Dynamic Links only work on iOS. To ensure it’s compatible with macOS, Ben Myers reverse engineers the Firebase iOS SDK to add support for dynamic links on macOS. If you aren’t looking to get into the implementation details, he’s got a ready-to-use Swift package you can plug-n-play in your code bases.
How to Use SwiftUI Table and Charts to Display Housing Data
If you’re learning SwiftUI for macOS, check this guide by Scott Andrew. He builds an app to parse housing data from Zillow and display them in the form of charts and tables in a macOS app.
ScrollView With Paging in SwiftUI
Sasha Myshkina has a short and useful SwiftUI tutorial — with gists — to help us add a scroll view with paging in SwiftUI.
And I’d be remiss not to mention Andrew Zheng’s latest open-source project, Prism, a library for animating 3D shapes made with 100% SwiftUI.
That wraps up this issue. Until next time,