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  1. Nov 2020
    1. What’s a Stack? A stack is a collection of SwiftUI views that are grouped together. You can use 3 kinds of stacks with SwiftUI: VStack, a vertical stack, which shows views in a top-to-bottom list HStack, a horizontal stack, which shows views in a left-to-right list ZStack, a depth-based stack, which shows views in a back-to-front list Here’s a visual example: <img src="https://learnappmaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/swiftui-stacks-diagram.jpg" width="1125" height="450" alt="Diagram of HStack, VStack, ZStack in SwiftUI"> You can compare stacks in SwiftUI with UIStackView in UIKit. Stacks are static, so they’re different from List and table views, for example. Like other SwiftUI views, stacks can contain a maximum of 10 subviews. You can, of course, combine VStacks, HStacks and ZStacks to create complex User Interfaces.
  2. May 2020
  3. Dec 2019
    1. As such, the following two statements are equivalent:

      This is important to note when trying to wrap my head around how OAuth2 integrates with AlamoFire

    1. Executing AppleScript in a Mac app on macOS Mojave and dealing with AppleEvent sandboxing

      This is a useful article for applescript and MacOS applications

  4. Oct 2019
  5. Feb 2017
  6. Jun 2016
    1. And because it’s built to take full advantage of iPad, it’s a first-of-its-kind learning experience.

      Sure, we’ve heard that before. But there’s reason to be cautiously optimistic about this one.

  7. Jan 2016
    1. Some people are porting Apple's Swift programming language to the Raspberry Pi. At the time of this post in December 2015, they had the compiler running on RPi 2 with Ubuntu Linux. They did not yet have the Foundation libraries, the Swift Package Manager, or a version for RPi 1, and it was not certain whether it would run on Raspbian Linux.