How to Create a Slider in SwiftUI: A Detailed Guide
What is SwiftUI? Put simply, it’s the evolution of the UI design standards that Apple created specifically to work with their Swift language infrastructure. SwiftUI is the Apple ecosystem’s new instrument for building app user interfaces using code. Furthermore, it contains a language that is quite rich and straightforward to work with in iOS, macOS, and WatchOS. Juan Reyes will introduce you to the SwiftUI slider, a UI element that allows your users to pick a value from a defined range by sliding a thumb through a track and giving visual feedback in real-time, on Waldo’s blog.
Getting Started with SwifterSwift Extensions
SwifterSwift is a collection of built-in methods which are much easier to use than the original Swift methods. They extend the functionality of the original methods, as well as properties like buttons, text fields, image views, calendars, and many others. The code to use them is much easier, so it helps to get an app up in less time, as you get built-in components with more functionalities. These methods and functions can be thought of as bootstrap components, which are much faster to use than writing the entire CSS code yourself. In this post from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog, you can learn to build an app with an image view, text fields, and a button using SwifterSwift methods.
How to Use Alamofire in Swift: A Guide
Most mobile apps require functionalities to do API calls. They need the ability to hit an API endpoint to get the data and display it. Similarly, they need to hit API endpoints to post data, which is further stored in the database. Separately, editing data requires a PUT call, which is used when we edit a post. Also, we should be able to delete a post. The GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE APIs can be easily implemented with the help of a third-party solution in iOS apps. This package does API calls and is known as Alamofire. It’s also the most popular package to do API calls in the iOS app. Learn more from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog.
How to Use UITableViewCell: A Detailed Guide
UITableViewCell is a part of UITableView that’s used to create tables in iOS apps. Most popular apps are made with Table View only, like the Contacts and Settings apps of the iPhone. Now, how can an app like Settings, which has a lot of different rows, be possible? This is because Apple allows us to configure each row with UITableViewCell, and each row can have different styles. In this post from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog, you can learn to create a simple iOS app with two types of rows in it using UITableViewCell.
Kluent: What It Is and How to Use It
Assertions are ways to check that a specific condition is true in your tests. Assertions play a significant role in automated testing. As a result, most testing frameworks offer some form of assertion tool out of the box. However, standalone assertion libraries like Kluent exist to offer more robust and user-friendly assertions functionalities. Kluent is an assertion library for Kotlin that takes advantage of several of Kotlin’s modern programming features. In this post from Pius Aboyi on Waldo’s blog, you’ll learn what Kluent is and how to use it in your Kotlin tests.
String Length in Swift: 5 Different Ways With Examples
Strings are collections of characters. They’re in all other languages and Swift Strings are quite similar to them. You can learn everything about strings in Swift from our earlier post titled Swift String Formatting Examples. In this post from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog, we will cover five ways to find string length in Swift. Swift treats Unicode characters like emojis in different ways. And because of that, you need to use a different method to find the length of strings containing Unicode characters.