In this technique project we’re going to explore how SwiftData and SwiftUI work together to help us build great apps. I already introduced you to the topic in project 11, but here we’re going to be going into more detail: custom managed object subclasses, ensuring uniqueness, and more.
American entrepreneur Jim Rohn once said, “success is neither magical nor mysterious – success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” SwiftData is absolutely one of those basic fundamentals – you certainly won’t use it in every project, but understanding how it works and how to make the most of it will make you a better app developer.
Today you have three topics to work through, in which you’ll learn how to edit SwiftData objects with SwiftUI, and also how to filter your data using
#Predicate, and more.
If you use Twitter, the button below will prepare a tweet saying you completed today, along with a celebratory graphic, the URL to this page, and the challenge hashtag. Don't worry – it won't be sent until you confirm on Twitter!
Need help? Tweet me @twostraws!
SPONSORED AppSweep by Guardsquare helps developers automate the mobile app security testing process with fast, free scans. By using AppSweep’s actionable recommendations, developers can improve the security posture of their apps in accordance with security standards like OWASP.
Link copied to your pasteboard.