View Layout and Presentation in SwiftUI

At the start of 2020, I wrote a long Medium article called “The Complete SwiftUI Documentation You’ve Been Waiting For.”

This was my way of sharing what I learned when I tried to fill in the gaps left by the insufficient documentation provided by Apple.

Although my article seemed to help a lot of people, I also wrote it eight months late.

Now that Apple’s 2020 developer conference is over, SwiftUI has been given some new capabilities, so hopefully, this update will make my documentation more helpful than ever before. This will be released as a series, with one chapter per article. The names of these chapters correspond with the chapter names in Apple’s SwiftUI documentation. They can be read in any order, so that’s why I’m not numbering them.

As I promised, the current chapter isn’t as long as “Views and Controls,” which was longer than my original documentation!

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View Layout and Presentation in SwiftUI

How to Convert SwiftUI View to UIKit View in 3 Simple Steps - SwiftUI to UIKit Integration

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In this Video I’m going to show how to convert SwiftUI View to UIKit View in Just Three Simple Steps | SwiftUI to UIKit Conversion | UIKit Integration | SwiftUI UIHostingController | Converting SwiftUI View to UIKit View | Xcode 12 SwiftUI.

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In this Video I’m going to show how to create a Stylish Scratch Card Animation Effect With Custom Masking in SwiftUI | Scratch to reveal content SwiftUI | SwiftUI Custom View Masking | SwiftUI Custom Animation’s | SwiftUI View Builder’s | SwiftUI Gesture’s | Xcode 12 SwiftUI.

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View Layout and Presentation in SwiftUI

At the start of 2020, I wrote a long Medium article called “The Complete SwiftUI Documentation You’ve Been Waiting For.”

This was my way of sharing what I learned when I tried to fill in the gaps left by the insufficient documentation provided by Apple.

Although my article seemed to help a lot of people, I also wrote it eight months late.

Now that Apple’s 2020 developer conference is over, SwiftUI has been given some new capabilities, so hopefully, this update will make my documentation more helpful than ever before. This will be released as a series, with one chapter per article. The names of these chapters correspond with the chapter names in Apple’s SwiftUI documentation. They can be read in any order, so that’s why I’m not numbering them.

As I promised, the current chapter isn’t as long as “Views and Controls,” which was longer than my original documentation!

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Monotone: An Unsplash Application for IOS

Monotone

Monotone is a Modern Mobile Application, integrated with powerful Unsplash API provided by Unsplash. It implemented almost all features including viewing, searching, collecting photos. And other features, such as profile, license, FAQ are supported as well.

This is an un-official application, exploring the feasibility of some conceptions is the goal of this project. Written in Swift, triggered by RxSwift, draw responsive constraints using SnapKit.

If you like this project or inspired by any ideas of this project, please star it without any hesitation. (ヽ(✿゚▽゚)ノ)

Overview

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Development Progress

Features

  •  Write Interfaces Programmatically
  •  Dark Mode Support
  •  Animation Effects
  •  Localization
  •  Powered by Unsplash API
  •  More...

Tasks

Currently supported tasks:

PositionModulePageStyle & LayoutPowered by DataAnimation EffectsLocalization
MainLoginSign Up & Sign In
PhotoList (Search & Topic)
View
Camera Settings
Collect (Add & Remove)
Share to SNS⬜️
Save to Album
Side MenuProfileDetails
MenuMy Photos
Hiring⬜️
Licenses
Help⬜️
Made with Unsplash⬜️
Tab BarStoreHome⬜️
Details⬜️
WallpaperList (Adapt Screen Size)⬜️
CollectionList
ExploreList (Photo & Collection)⬜️



 

Getting Started

This application uses Cocoapods to manage dependencies. Please refer to Cocoapods Offical Website to install & configure(If you already installed Cocoapods, skip this).

Prerequisites

Monotone is trigged by Unsplash API . The very first thing must be done is applying a pair of OAuth key to run it.

  1. Visit Unsplash, sign up then sign in.(If you already have an account, skip this).
  2. Visit Unsplash Application Registration Platform agree with terms and create a new application, the application name and description can be anything.
  3. After the application was created,it will redirect to the application details page automatically (Also can be found from https://unsplash.com/oauth/applications). At Redirect URI & Permissions - Redirect URI section, input monotone://unsplash, make sure all authentication options are checked, just like the image shown below.

  1. After the work is finished, check ”Access Key“ and ”Secret Key“ on this page, they will be used soon.

Installation

  1. Execute the following commands in the terminal:
# Clone to a local folder
git clone https://github.com/Neko3000/Monotone.git

# Direct to Project folder
cd Monotone

# Install Pods
pod install
  1. Under Monotone folder, duplicate config_debug.json file,and rename it to config.json(This file is ignored by .gitignore);
  2. Open config.json ,input your ”Access Key“ and ”Secret Key“,they will be copyed to APP folder when running.(For more information, please refer to the content in Project->Build Phases->Run Script and APPCredential.swift );
  3. Done,command + R。

     

Dependencies

ProjectDescription
RxSwiftFramework for Reactive Async Programming.
ActionBased on RxSwift,encapsulate actions for calling。
DataSourcesBased on RxSwift,extend logic interaction of tableview and collectionview。
AlamofireHTTP network library.
SwiftyJSONHandle JSON format data effectively.
ObjectMapperMap data between models and JSON.
KingfisherNetwork image cache libray with many functions.
SnapKitMake constraints effectively.
......

For more information,please check Podfile

Project Structure

The basic structure of this project.

Monotone 
├── Monotone
│   ├── /Vars  #Global Variables
│   ├── /Enums  #Enums (Includes some dummy data)
│   ├── /Application
│   │   ├── AppCredential  #Authentication Credential
│   │   ...
│   │   └── UserManager  #User Managment
│   ├── /Utils  #Utils
│   │   ├── /BlurHash  #Photo Hash
│   │   ├── ColorPalette  #Global Colors
│   │   ├── AnimatorTrigger  #Animation Effects
│   │   └── MessageCenter  #Message Notification
│   │── /Extension  #Extensions
│   │── /Services  #Services
│   │   ├── /Authentication  #Requests of Authentication
│   │   └── /Network  #Requesets of Data
│   │── /Components  #View Classes
│   │── /ViewModels  #View Models
│   │── /ViewControllers  #View Controllers
│   │── /Models  #Data Models
│   │── /Coordinators  #Segues
│   └── /Resource  #Resource
└── Pods


Designing

The interface you are seeing are all designed by Addie Design Co. They shared this document, everyone can free download it and use it. Those design elements and their level of completion are astonishing. This application would not be here without this design document.

Thanks again to Addie Design Co and this beautiful design document.



 

About Unsplash

Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing high-quality stock photography under the Unsplash license. All photos uploaded by photographers will be organized and archived by editors.

And this website is one of my favorites, admired for its artistic, the spirit of sharing.
You will find my home page here. (Not updated frequently since 2020)



 

Contributing

Limited by data Unsplash API provides, some parts of this application only finished their styles and layouts(Almost in store, explore, etc). If the API provides more detailed data on these parts in the future, we will add new features as soon as possible.

Meanwhile, focusing on the current application, we will improve it continuously.

How to Participate in

If you are an experienced mobile application developer and want to improve this application. You are welcomed to participate in this open-source project. Practice your ideas, improve even refactor this application.

Follow standard steps:

  1. Fork this repo;
  2. Create your new Branch (git checkout -b feature/AmazingFeature);
  3. Add Commit (git commit -m 'Add some AmazingFeature');
  4. Push to remote Branch (git push origin feature/AmazingFeature);
  5. Open a Pull Request.

For anyone, open an issue if you find any problems. PRs are welcome.


Author: Neko3000
Source code: https://github.com/Neko3000/Monotone
License: MIT license

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The history of Model-View-Presenter

With modern web applications taking care of more and more system concerns as time progresses, we find ourselves looking for battle-hardened, proven practices that have stood the test of time.

Does it even makes sense to speak of software architecture for the front-end or is it a pipe dream? It turns out that the challenge of maintaining a complex front-end is a problem that was identified at least as early as the 1970s.

Join me, as we dust off the history books and discover the origins of the Model-View-Presenter design pattern from a modern web perspective.

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