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 …
It may have been too ambitious to ask ChatGPT to create an iOS app. So in this
article, I ask ChatGPT to create a circular slider in SwiftUI. It can take a while
and the more information provided to ChatGPT the better, but it is possible to get
useable code from ChatGPT.
The initial Task Manager app created with code from ChatGPT did not quite work
correctly. In this article, I work with ChatGPT to resolve the issues and then add
the ability to persist the tasks when the app is closed.
Artificial Intelligence is trending at the moment with applications like DALL-E and Canva
able to create images in certain styles and ChatGPT able to generate text. This
article explores if ChatGPT can do more than childrens homework and see can ChatGPT
create an iOS task app in SwiftUI. So I asked it to create a task …
The async/await syntax, introduced in Swift 5.5, allows a readable way to write
asynchronous code. Asynchronous programming can improve performance of an app, but it
is important to cancel unneeded tasks to ensure unwanted background tasks do not
interfere with the app. This article demonstrates how to cancel a task …
The async/await syntax was introduced in Swift 5.5 with Meet async/await in Swift
in WWDC 2021. It is a more readable way to write asynchronous code and is easier to
understand than dispatch queues and callback functions. The async/await syntax is
similar to those used in other programming languages like C# or …
The Swift standard library provides an ArraySlice to work with a subset of a larger
collection without the overhead of making a copy of the original collection.
Retrieving the first few elements of a collection can be achieved using the one-sided
range operator, but is safer to use the prefix method without having to …
Apple introduced SwiftUI Charts at WWWDC 2022, which makes it incredibly easy to
create charts within SwiftUI views. The default chart presents the entire data in the
chart plot regardless of how much data is available. It can be beneficial to show
more details on a chart and add the ability to scroll through the …