I recently played with passkeys and must admit I was completely convinced after seeing them in action. I recommend this demonstration site if you’ve not seen them in use yet. In this article, Natascha Fadeeva takes us through how to use them inside an iOS app. 🚀
John Sundell asks:
So at this point, we might really start to ask ourselves — what exactly is the difference between defining a piece of UI as a view versus a modifier? Is there really any practical differences at all, besides code style and structure?
It’s a great question and a great post explaining John’s take on the answer.
The best thing about a framework like SwiftUI is that you don’t need to worry about what underlying rendering technique or control is used behind the scenes, and the worst thing about a framework like SwiftUI is that you don’t get to control what rendering technique or control is used behind the scenes? What am I talking about? I’ll let Thomas Ricouard explain.
There are plenty of blog posts about Swift Charts since it debuted last summer, but very few talk about its accessibility features. Majid Jabrayilov finished his seven-part series (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7) on Charts this week by taking a look at making every part of your chart accessible, including the data via an audio graph. 👍