Although SwiftUI did become more and more mature over the years: When it comes to error handling, SwiftUI still sometimes feels like a pain. You probably have seen the following error more than once: It reads “The compiler is … Read the rest
UISearchController you can easily add search functionality to any
UITableView. However, having such a search bar might have accessibility drawbacks. It might even be completely unusable users relying on Voice Over.
This article is part of my … Read the rest
Currently, I am experimenting on a Vision Pro app as a side project. One thing I was not aware of for quite some time was this new paradigm with the fancy name Ornaments only used on visionOS. I just happily … Read the rest
Today, I wanted to connect an USB drive to my Raspberry Pi and it did not work as easy as expected to access it’s data. As a side note, it is a Raspberry Pi completely set up via terminal so … Read the rest
Ever wondered why unpacking a new Xcode release takes soooo long? I don’t know either. Probably a lot of time is spent on validating signatures or other things. Anyway, sometimes you just want to quickly unpack it.
unxip… Read the rest
Graphs and charts are an essential tool for visualizing data, and with SwiftUI, it’s easy to create custom and interactive graphs (Spoiler: we won’t add any interactivity during this arcticle). You can use them in iOS, iPadOS, and macOS … Read the rest
Lately, I also jumped onto the ChatGPT train and wanted to give it a try for the use in Swift development for the iOS platform. Here are my experiences so far using it for around 1 or two months now.… Read the rest
Did you ever encounter some strange issues when dealing with broken LLDB in Xcode leaving
print()as your final idea? Welcome to broken Xcode tooling.
TLDR; or answer the title’s question:
Actually, I have no idea how to really fix … Read the rest
In fall 2022 I finally felt comfortable to take the examination for becoming a “Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies” (CPACC) by the “International Association of Accessibility Professionals” (IAAP). And in November I got an email that I passed it! … Read the rest
You should finalize your day with a building project. At least I like to do that. Often you need more than a day to finish some larger task. Also, if you are getting headaches, it’s totally fine to stop coding … Read the rest