It's day 9 of the 100 Days of SwiftUI and it's a difficult one. Today, we're learning about closures and how to use them in SwiftUI.
Today, we're expanding on functions by using default parameters and learning how to handle possible errors in our programs.
We've reached the final day of the first week of the 100 Days of SwiftUI. Today, we're learning about functions, another essential part of SwiftUI.
Yesterday, we tackled conditional statements using if/else, the switch statement and the ternary operator. Today, we're diving into loops!
It's day 5 of the 100 Days of SwiftUI! Yesterday, we focused on type annotations and we solved the checkpoint. Today, we dive into conditional statements.
Day 4 focused on type annotations. We also summarised the complex data types from day 3 and ended with the second SwiftUI checkpoint.
In day 3 of the 100 Days of SwiftUI, we tackle complex data types. Complex data types are constantly used when programming in Swift, so it's import to know what sort of data type to use and when to use it.
It's the dawn of the second day for my 100 Days of SwiftUI. This day was relatively short, but fun to go through. I also came across my first "Checkpoint", an independent code exercise. Let's dive right in!
Yesterday, I started my journey of learning SwiftUI. Day 0 was a great intro on what's to come, but the real work started today. Now that I've went to the first official day, I'm happy to share some of the highlights!
Today, I'm starting my journey to learn SwiftUI by following Paul Hudson's 100 Days of SwiftUI course. Follow along my journey and let's go!