Developers, today we have good news coming directly from the portal Apple Developer!
Apple today published tutorials (which look like complete “courses”) which will undoubtedly help a lot of developers who have questions about the Mac Catalyst and the SwiftUI.
In this tutorial, Apple basically teaches all the steps for those who want to port an iPad application to the Mac using native codes.
The “course” – with an estimated learning time of 3 hours and 25 minutes – covers essential Mac Catalyst items, sidebar navigation, toolbar actions, interface refinements and resources (documentation, code samples , etc.) to put it all into practice.
In the tutorial to introduce SwiftUI, Apple shows a modern way to declare user interfaces for any operating system of the company, creating dynamic and beautiful applications more quickly.
The estimated time of this “course” is 4 hours and 25 minutes, and developers will learn about the essence of SwiftUI, drawings and animations, app design and layout, integrations of framework and resources (videos, discussion forum, etc.).
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Everything is very well divided and each chapter includes the average time it will take for you to consume the content.
Are there 20 minutes left of lunch time? So have a look at learning! ?