I recently started reading a book on Algorithms and Data Structures by Marcello La
Rocca that I find fascinating. I'm going to take a deep dive into chapter 2 and adapt
the pseudocode to implement a priority queue in Swift. This article will look at the
properties of a priority queue and how this can be implemented …
Apple added scroll transition effects in iOS 17 that allow items behavior to be
animated as they scroll into and out of view. There are a number of attributes that
can be modified such as size, visibility as well as rotation of the object.
I thought it would be fun to look into creating Conway's Game of life in SwiftUI over
the holidays. Conway's Game of life is an automatic game consisting of a 2D grid
where cells are either alive or dead. The state of each cell in the next iteration is
based on the cells around it in the current iteration following …
A pie chart is a circular graph that represents data as slices of a whole. Each
slice, or “wedge”, represents a portion or percentage of the whole data set. Pie
charts can be used to show the composition of a categorical data set, where each
category’s size is proportional to its percentage of the whole. This article …
Animating the background of an app with a color gradient in SwiftUI can be a great
way to enhance your app. By animating a change in the color gradient of the
background, you can make your app feel more dynamic and engaging. One way to achieve
this effect is by using AngularGradient to keep the background moving. …
RadialGradient in SwiftUI is used to create a color gradient of two or more colors
where the colors change as distance increases from a center point outwards. The
colors are scaled to fit within the defined start and end radii.
AngularGradient in SwiftUI is used to create a color gradient of two or more colors
where the colors radiate around a center point. The AngularGradient object is
initialized with an array of colors that are shown in order around a center point.
SwiftUI automatically interpolates between the colors as it goes around the …
LinearGradient in SwiftUI is used to create a gradient color effect of two or more
colors. It is used to fill an area or object with a linear color transition from one
point to another in a straight line. This article explores the use of LinearGradient
and how to use it to improve the color tip on the color pencil.
SwiftUI can be used to simulate real-world objects, such as selecting a color by
selecting a specific colored pencil rather than from a colored rectangle. This can
provide a more intuitive user experience, especially in a drawing or note-taking app.
This article defines a SwiftUI view for a color pencil using the Path …
HSB (Hue, Saturation, and Brightness) represents color in a more human-understandable
way, which closely mimics how colors are perceived in real life. Defining color using
HSB instead of RGB (Red, Green, and Blue) in App design can result in a more
intuitive design with the creation of harmonious color schemes and …