try! Swift World - Issue #22

Hello World!

New week, new workshops! We’re excited and extremely grateful to get continued support from Bitrise, as our Gold Workshop Sponsor. Bitrise has sponsored Malin Sundberg’s upcoming workshop Creating Universal UI Components in SwiftUI, so make sure to sign up fast as it will definitely sell out.

Speaking of selling out, we have one more chance to join Vincent Pradeilles’ workshop Future of Swift: a sneak peek at async / await, which sold out last time. And Donny Wals is teaching a Getting started with Core Data in a SwiftUI app workshop after just releasing his book Practical Core Data. Don’t miss out!

Hope to see you there!

Future of Swift: a sneak peek at async / await

The addition of async and await might very well be the biggest change for Swift in 2021. While the feature is still in development, its implementation is advanced enough that we can install the latest Swift Development snapshot and already start experimenting with it 😁

Creating Universal UI Components in SwiftUI, sponsored by Bitrise

In addition to providing a fast way for building user interfaces, the flexibility of SwiftUI makes it great for creating custom UI components. In this workshop, we will go through how we can add our own look and feel to our apps.

Getting started with Core Data in a SwiftUI app

In this workshop, you’ll learn the basics of using Core Data. You’ll add Core Data to an existing app (from scratch), and you’ll learn how you can efficiently add data to a Core Data store and retrieve it later.

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