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A new year, new beginnings. My app is on the app store for little over a year now, although I haven't given it much exposure. Been away from programming for over 6 months and now is the time I want to learn SwiftUI and eventually rewrite my app in SwiftUI and Cloudkit.

So, naturally, I came here, the best Swift Resource on the Web. I have a few questions to start with:

1) Is the 100 days of SwiftUI updated for the latest versions of SwiftUI/Xcode/iOS ?

2) As I understand HWS+ also has a large SwiftUI application course, so a good place to go after the 100 days?

Great to be back and thanks in advance!



IMPORTANT: The 100 Days of SwiftUI is in the process of being updated for iOS 15 and Xcode 13. If you are currently following the course you might see things jump a little as the update rolls out – look out for the “NEW:” marker below so you can see where the new content stops and the old content starts.

Looks like up to day 88 has been updated as of today 1/10/2022


You can sign up for a free, three day trial with HackingWithSwift+.

Try it out, then please report back here and let us know what you think!


Thank you both!

@Obelix I will do the 100 days first, then I will give HWS+ a try ...


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