For a while, Apple had been keeping quiet about SF Symbols. Apart from some minor improvements, we hadn't seen any significant changes, except for the arrival of new symbols.
ContentUnavailableView is one of the newly introduced features at WWDC 2023, where iOS 17 was announced. Besides being one of the newly introduced features at WWDC 2023 where iOS 17 was announced, it's actually a display template that can be very useful for those working with SwiftUI.
With iOS 17, we have acquired a new framework. Don't be fooled by its name, which is Tipkit; I believe it can become quite useful. Of course, since it's still in the experimental version, it has various bugs.
Evet arkadaşlar IOS 17 ile beraber yeni bir framework'e daha sahip olduk. Adının Tipkit olarak konulmuş olmasına bakmayın baya baya işe yarar bir hale gelebilir diye düşünüyorum.
First of all, I'm not one of those people who generally view new frameworks positively during the development phase. However, this time, I realized I was mistaken. I think SwiftData has turned out well in its current state.
Öncelikle yeni frameworklere geliştirme aşamasında çok olumlu bakan insanlardan birisi değilim. Fakat bu sefer yanıldığımı farkettim. SwiftData bu hali ile bence olmuş.
In Swift, a parameter is a variable that is used to pass information into a function or method. Parameters are an essential part of function and method declarations, as they define what input values a function or method expects to receive. When you call a function or method, you provide arguments for its parameters, which are then used within the function's body to perform a specific task or computation.
Actually, Objective-C is still in use, but it is likely to become less prevalent in the coming years. In 2021, Objective-C was gradually being replaced by Swift as the preferred language for iOS and macOS development by Apple. Swift offers modern features, better performance, and improved safety compared to Objective-C, which made it more attractive to developers.
In Swift, the Nil Coalescing Operator (??) is used to provide a default value for an optional if the optional is nil. It's a shorthand way of handling optionals that allows you to provide a fallback value in case the optional is empty.