Room with RxJava
Description:In this screencast, we’ll show you how to convert an app using a vanilla Room setup to one that uses RxJava to create streams of data from the local database.
SAM Type Conversion in Kotlin
Description:In this screencast, we will do a recap on SAM Types, see how they work in Kotlin to support Java interoperability, and we'll also see some of the "gotchas" involved with the feature.
CameraX API #3 - Capturing your First Photo
Description: In this screencast, we will finish setting up the camera preview from the first video and implement image capture capabilities for your app.
CameraX API # 2 - Requesting Camera Permissions
Description:Any app that utilizes the user’s smartphone camera must request permission from the user first. In the second screencast, you will create a feature that requests permission to use the camera from the user.
CameraX API #1 - Getting Started
Description:In the first screencast, you will set up a project to use CameraX and create a TextureView that will act as our camera preview display.
SwiftUI #10 - Creating a Swipeable Card Interface in SwiftUI
Description:In this screencast, we will implement a card swiping interface viewed in many dating apps. We will make use of the drag gesture to implement the swipe functionality since there is no Swipe gesture in SwiftUI...
SwiftUI #9 - Creating an Asynchronous Image View in SwiftUI
Description:In this screencast, we will learn how to asynchronously load an image in a SwiftUI Image view from the network.
SwiftUI #8 - Embedding a UIView or UIViewController in SwiftUI
Description:In this screencast, we will see how to embed a UIView or UIViewController in SwiftUI.
SwiftUI #7 - Hosting SwiftUI in a UIViewController
Description:In this screencast, we will learn how to host a SwiftUI view in a UIViewController.
SwiftUI #6 - Animation and Transitions
Description:In this screencast, we will take a look at how animations and transitions work in SwiftUI.
SwiftUI #5 - Adding State and Binding to Make an Editable List
Description:In this tutorial, we will make the Todo app dynamic by adding state and binding using SwiftUII and the Combine Framework.
SwiftUI #4 - Implementing a Todo list using Lists
Description:In this tutorial, we will see the power of SwiftUI's declarative programming by implementing a List view to manage a Todo list.