In addition to an amazing workshop, we are excited to announce the first ⚡️community lightning talks⚡️ event on Thursday, August 6th at 11:00am EDT. Anyone is welcome to apply to give a 5-minute lightning talk here: https://forms.gle/yyhDoicsCrrNWBwt6. Applications are due by Friday, July 31st. Join the event here: https://www.holler.com/e/tryswiftworld/community-lightning-talks-141.
And of course, we’d love to see you at the workshops next week:
SwiftUI for Every Screen
In this workshop, we’ll explore all the new semantic views (DisclosureGroup, GroupBox, Label etc.) introduced in WWDC20, and how they adapt across various screen factors and device idioms. We’ll also explore “Optimize Interface for Mac”, new additions to the split view controller and discuss how to effectively adapt our app’s navigation style for iOS, iPadOS and macOS.
A Quick Introduction to Core Bluetooth
This course will demonstrate, in great detail, development of a Core Bluetooth ‘Central’ application, applicable to all Apple operating systems (iOS, MacOS, WatchOS, TVOS, and iPadOS).
Higher-Order Functions in SwiftUI and Swift Arrays
We’ll begin by looking at a basic example from SwiftUI that reminds you how ordinary functions are in Swift and then move on to exploring what it means for a function to return another function or to accept another function. We’ll then look at several of the higher-order functions that are part of the Swift Standard Library. You’ll need the latest beta off Xcode 12 in order to participate as we will be using some features of Swift 5.3.
⚡️Community Lightning Talks ⚡️
Join us for the first community lightning talks!
SwiftUI 2.0 Complex UI Design - sponsored by Bitrise
In this workshop, we will learn how to create a Flight Booking App using the latest SwiftUI technologies. We will cover design, animations, and Combine when we build this app.
First Steps in Lists and Grids in SwiftUI
In this introductory class we’ll play with displaying data in Lists and Grids in SwiftUI including the latest on Lazy, Grids, and Scroll Views. You’ll need the latest beta of Xcode 12 in order to have access to these recently released features of SwiftUI.