This post presents three approaches to signaling changes to the SwiftUI that I’ve found useful in various scenarios: @Published variable binding, .onChanged() events and NotificationCenter messages.
Posts related to implementing iOS UI using the SwiftUI framework of tools and technologies
SwiftUI is Apple's new development language and paradigm for building applications for its desktop and mobile platforms. In this article I'll discuss at a high level what SwiftUI is and how businesses and developers should think about its adoption in their development planning process.
SwiftUI's date picker provides a wide range of visual selection functionality and style choices. This post provides a visual reference to the actual UI appearance created by various picker configurations.
In a perfect world every network request will succeed on the first try. But in the real-world, not every API request succeeds. This post covers a technique to build automatic retries into an iOS or macOS client application.
This post covers how to use the Grand Central Dispatch's DispatchGroup object to coordinate separate web requests so that UI updates can be completed at the same time, even when asynchronous requests aren't guaranteed to return in a predictable order.