[HOT] : Xcode 13.2 supporte Swift Playgrounds 4 avec SwiftUI

In addition to the release of iOS 15.2, macOS Monterey 12.1, watchOS 8.3 and tvOS 15.2 operating systems, Apple also updated its Xcode developer tool to version 13.2 on Monday evening. This update, which comes with new features, especially suggests the upcoming release of Swift Playgrounds 4, a version eagerly awaited by developers on iPad. Xcode Hints at Release of Swift Playgrounds 4 For those who don’t know, Xcode is the tool developers use to build apps for Apple’s platforms, which include iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Xcode 13.2 notably adds support for iOS 15.2 and other recently released software updates. However, Xcode 13.2 brings a few new features including support for Swift Playgrounds 4. According to the app’s release notes, the latest version of Xcode adds compatibility with projects created in Swift Playgrounds 4 – which has yet to be done. published by Apple. Swift Playgrounds 4 was announced last June during WWDC 2021. The app helps developers and students learn the company’s Swift programming language, and the new version allows developers to build and submit apps to the App Store directly from an iPad, without the need for a Mac as was the case from the beginning. We got our first look at Swift Playgrounds 4 last month with some screenshots of the app running on iPadOS 15. Swift Playgrounds is a great way to learn to code right on a Mac or iPad. With Swift Playgrounds 4, users will be able to create the interface part of an application with SwiftUI, replacing it with UIKit. App projects can be opened and edited in Swift Playgrounds or in Xcode, and when ready, users can create a real app and submit it directly to the App Store from their iPad. It’s only a matter of time before Apple finally brings Swift Playgrounds 4 to the App Store. You can download the current version of Swift Playgrounds for free. The tool is available for both iPadOS and macOS. In fact, Apple has updated its policies to include this app in its “Apple SDKs”: “Apple SDKs” means the exclusive Apple SDKs provided hereunder, including, but not limited to without limitation, header files, APIs, libraries, simulators and software (source code and object code) labeled as part of the iOS SDK, watchOS, tvOS, iPadOS or Mac and included in the Xcode Developer Tools and Swift Playgrounds package for the purpose of targeting Apple-branded products running iOS, watchOS, tvOS, iPadOS, and / or macOS, respectively.