Benedikt Terhechte and Bas Broek join John to dive into the new APIs and features in iOS 13 and iPadOS, as well as Swift 5.1 — how it powers SwiftUI, and if it would be possible to backport parts of SwiftUI to earlier iOS versions. Also, text editors, new iPhone and iPad UI conventions, and much more.
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- John on Twitter
- Benedikt on Twitter
- Bas on Twitter
- Swift Weekly Brief
- The Swift Community Podcast with Bas and John
- Visual Studio Code
- Episode with Kaya Thomas
- The Swift 5.1 features that power SwiftUI’s API
- Benedikt’s SwiftUI backport
- John’s SwiftUI experiment
- Advances in UI Data Sources — WWDC 2019
- Advances in Collection View Layout — WWDC 2019
- UI Element Colors
- Modernizing Your UI for iOS 13 — WWDC 2019
- 7 essential WWDC session videos for iOS developers
- Bas’ website