The quiz for our next session is ready! The #Android part has question on Jetpack, Kotlin, DarkTheme, architecture, notifications, Bubbles, Room, and more. Join us for some fun time with friends.
2/3 Trick #1: comment out bits of offending code and new sources of errors are revealed. Here the problem shows in the ScrollView, which has changed its API.
The suggested fix doesn't quite work and the current documentation for the initializer is not in synch with the library, so manual inspection with "jump to definition" is required.
1/3 With Xcode 11 beta 3 there are some API changes to #SwiftUI (as it's normal with beta software, of course). This example exemplifies one important aspect of SwiftUI though, which is error messages: they can be quite misleading.
The problem here is *not* in the VStack.
Putting together the questions for the quiz for our next meetup session. The iOS part will have questions on Xcode, Catalina, SwiftUI, Combine, iPadOS, Create ML app, and more. Test your knowledge and have fun with friends!
Buried as a lightning-talk in a 2018 session, Apple already introduced many of the principles of #SwiftUI with "Layout-Driven UI", which auto-updates to state changes avoiding inconsistencies, paired with interruptible and reversible animations 🧐
10:09 is popular not just for the Apple Watch though
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#Catalyst could also be a nudge for developers to create native clients instead of existing electron apps to improve the UX on the Mac.
Digital privacy survey by independent author Paul Jarvis
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