Today we’re going to build our project, combining both SwiftUI and Core ML in remarkably few lines of code – I think you’ll be impressed.
What I hope you’ll get from this project – apart from all the SwiftUI goodies, of course – is just a little glimpse into the wider world of app development. Core ML is just one of Apple’s powerhouse frameworks, and there are over a dozen more: ARKit, Core Graphics, Core Image, MapKit, WebKit, and more, are all waiting to be discovered when you’re ready.
I realize that you might have thought “wow, we’re looking at machine learning already?” After all, this is only day 27 of a 100-day course. But, as Andre Gide said, “you cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.”
Today you have three topics to work through, and you’ll get busy implementing
DateFormatter, and more in a real app.
Note: If you’re keen to learn more about Create ML, I have a video you might enjoy – click here to check it out
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