# 12 : Saying goodbye to 2023 with a new blog

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After more than a month of hard work, I am pleased to announce that the new version of Fatbobman’s Blog has been launched as scheduled before the end of 2023. I am looking forward to your visits and welcome everyone to provide valuable opinions and suggestions. This update not only achieved my preset goals but also gave me a deeper understanding of the latest front-end development technologies. I will write an article to record the insights and experiences during this update process.

Starting from 2024, the English version of the articles will be published simultaneously on my blog (updates on Medium will stop on April 1st). This not only allows me to update technical content in a timely manner to keep up with the rapid changes in the tech field but also enables me to make full use of new features on the blog to create richer and more in-depth content.

Recently, Spline has launched its native app for the Apple ecosystem, which will soon support Apple Vision Pro in addition to iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. This not only provides developers with a smoother 3D creation environment but also allows them to efficiently integrate Spline-created content into their own applications, especially in popular frameworks like SwiftUI, to achieve interaction with 3D content. With the upcoming release of Apple Vision Pro, it is expected that more 3D tools and APIs will appear in the Apple ecosystem, providing developers with more choices.

Finally, I wish you all a happy new year and good health. In the new year, I hope that we can continue to make progress in our lives and work.


Exploring Key Property Wrappers in SwiftUI: @State, @Binding, @StateObject, @ObservedObject, @EnvironmentObject, and @Environment


In this article, we will explore several property wrappers that are commonly used and crucial in SwiftUI development. The purpose of this article is to help developers who are already familiar with general programming but relatively new to SwiftUI quickly understand the core functions and use cases of these property wrappers. Therefore, only an overview of the main features and usage considerations of these property wrappers is provided, rather than a comprehensive usage guide.

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Integrating Haptic Feedback In SwiftUI Projects

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Quick Search with SwiftUI Searchable

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