This article will comprehensively and thoroughly explore the Observation framework in a Q&A format, including its reasons for creation, usage methods, workings, and precautions.
With the continuous improvement of SPM (Swift Package Manager) functionality, more and more developers are starting to separate functionality and manage code in their projects by creating multiple packages. SPM itself provides the ability to manage various types of resources in packages (including localized resources), but it is mainly limited to using these resources within the package and it is difficult to share resources. In cases where multiple targets need to call the same resource, the original method is difficult to cope with. This article will introduce a method for uniformly managing resources in a project with multiple SPM packages.
This article will cover the benefits of using Combine and async/await, whether they can work together, and how to make them work together effectively.
At WWDC 2021, Apple introduced a long-awaited feature for developers - AttributedString. This means that Swift developers no longer need to use the Objective-C-based NSAttributedString to create styled text. This article will provide a comprehensive introduction to it and demonstrate how to create custom attributes.
This article will introduce how to create a Formatter that complies with the new API, offering readers a different perspective to understand the design mechanism of the new Formatter API; it also compares the new and old versions of the API.
This article explains how to refactor SwiftUI's state container code using the Async/Await feature in Swift 5.5
Since Swift announced its open-source status and Linux support in 2015, more than 5 years have passed. Despite Swift's rapid development in the initial years, it wasn't widely accepted in the Linux community. This situation was due to several reasons, including issues with language stability and insufficient support for Linux, lacking attractive foundational and third-party libraries, and a shortage of high-profile projects.