November 27, 2019
As an Independent Apple iOS Developer, I continually learning new information on programming in that knowledge domain.
SwiftUI is a modern way to declare user interfaces for any Apple platform. Create beautiful, dynamic apps faster than ever before.
I follow Paul Hudson @twostraws because he is a good teacher. I have a number of other Xcode 11 examples of his I already completed. This post relates to my first SwiftUI Core Data tutorial completed: Bookworm.
Some of the Xcode Simulator Views are shown below.
This tutorial iOS app stores the data from this particular iOS app in an SQLite Database on my iMac. I use the free DB Browser for SQLite application to view the database entries and handle other database management tasks. This tool is useful to verify the application’s Core Data content.
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