The WWDC 2022 Edition. Tutorials and guides to get you up to… | by Anupam Chugh | Jul, 2022

Tutorials and guides to get you up to the mark

Hey everybody,

Welcome to the thirty fifth version of Espresso Bytes, a publication by Higher Programming — this one’s an unique problem masking among the finest WWDC’22 guides.

Let’s check out the newest bulletins and a few newly launched frameworks that have been launched final month.

Proper off the bat, SwiftUI’s acquired a healthful lot of modifications. To set the ball rolling, bookmark Paul Hudson’s What’s New in SwiftUI for iOS 16. It’s an encyclopedia that’s acquired virtually every thing coated!

To dig deeper into the brand new frameworks — like WeatherKit and Charts — right here’s an inventory of tutorials:

By the best way, for those who haven’t already, learn these introductory posts in regards to the new Navigation API — NavigationPath in SwiftUI:

For iPadOS builders, we’ve acquired NavigationSplitView. Rob Sturgeon walks us by way of it in his introductory publish — Implement SwiftUI Navigation With NavigationStack and NavigationSplitView.

So, that’s a number of modifications for the higher in SwiftUI’s Navigation APIs. Apart from, the deprecation of NavigationView, fairly just a few NavigationLink inits have been soft-deprecated as effectively. If like me, you’re nonetheless reeling from the shortcomings of the brand new data-driven NavigationLink, let Antoine van der lee information assist you to clear up them — Using NavigationLink programmatically based on binding in SwiftUI.

Want extra? Listed here are just a few extra SwiftUI enhancements that may make a tiny distinction in your growth:

For an in depth overview of the brand new SwiftUI options for macOS, check out this guide by Sarah Reichelt.

The Swift programming language has come a good distance since 2014. We now have distributed actors — and Federico Zanetello has the right publish to get you began with it — Meet distributed actors in Swift.

To know extra in regards to the newest Swift 5.7 options, — like the brand new Clock APIs and the shortened if let, guard let syntax, let Rob Sturgeon navigate you thru his publish — 3 Powerful Swift Tricks From WWDC 2022.

There’s additionally a brand new RegexBuilder to write down declarative common expressions in Swift. kishikawa katsumi has constructed an internet device (swiftregex) that can assist you shortly take a look at and convert Regex from texts.

Some nice options have additionally arrived in Xcode 14 this yr. Like common icons! Raúl Ferrer reveals us its capabilities in his publish — one icon to rule them all. For a deeper dive into the brand new options of our favourite IDE, Paul’s acquired a 24-minute video information for you.

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