Apple invited a group of developers to test version 4 of Swift Playgrounds, which contains a small revolution. The code learning software will actually allow SwiftUI apps to be developed directly from the iPad, submitted to a community of beta testers via TestFlight, and even uploaded to the App Store! Therefore, a Mac is not necessary, although switching to Xcode is necessary to improve certain aspects of the application.
We’ve already had a chance to click on two or three words to develop the app using Swift Playgrounds and Xcode, but 9to5Mac He was able to recover some images of the program, how it works, and the process of submitting it to the App Store. Swift Playgrounds has an icon creation workshop with choice of color and icon, but it is possible to use a custom image (capture above).
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The site also ensures that a junior developer will be able to see changes in their project in real time and be able to work on an application directly with other users. Application tests can be run in full screen mode. We can also search all project files.
during WWDC, apple bromito Swift Playgrounds 4 for the end of the year on iPad and next year on Mac. Since the software requires iPadOS 15.2 to run, we can expect it to ship with the latest version of the operating system (currently in third beta).
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