This guide will show how to add Tabs to your app. It is quick and easy, thanks to SwiftUI and allows you start adding multiple views to your app.
This guide will show how to create a new View so that we can modularise our code, making it easier to modify and maintain.
SF Symbols are a great little bonus when developing apps. It is a whole suite of iconography that can be used throughout a design. This guide explains how to use them in SwiftUI.
In this guide, I will show you how to add images to a SwiftUI app. Look for a nice image before you start. 😊
SwifUI makes it super easy to add gradient colour effects to your app design. This guide will show you the basics to get started and provide some inspiration for your own designs.
In this guide, I will be explaining how to add colour to the SwiftUI app. It is very simple and I show a couple of tricks to make things easier.
In the follow up to my last post, this guide will show how to use the object library in Xcode to place Text and Stacks directly into the design preview of an app. Yes, this means knowing less code. It is a close to drag and drop coding you can get and it works rather well.
The guide also introduces the attributes inspector to modify objects in the design, say for instance what font style the Text has. Again less coding required. 😁
If you are interested in trying some simple SwiftUI, this video will show you how to use VStacks, HStacks and ZStacks to align Text.
Now the final part of my guides showing how to create you own Live AR Pictures app. This movie explains how to add fade transitions to the animations just to give the final product a nice clean look. This is much more complicated than the other guides and pushes the boundaries of my understanding so bare with my descriptions of what is happening.
I will add further guides based around this app but it will focus on additional AR elements or how might you include this inside your main app.
In this part of the series I am going to explain how we can add to our app so that when an image is not visible on the device that the animated movie pauses. This is a nice effect that makes the overall app feel more natural.