Apple released a major update to the Swift Playground on Tuesday, with its app programming designed to teach newcomers how to write software using Apple’s Swift programming language.
Swift Playgrounds 4.1 is available for free on iPad and Mac. Version 4.1 now allows users to create macOS apps with SwiftUI, but users must run Swift Playgrounds on Mac-powered macOS Monterey 12.4, which was released on Monday. Here are the release notes with details of the new features.
Mac Create a Mac app with SwiftUI (requires MacOS 12.4 or later)
িত Guided walkthroughs teach the basics of creating SwiftUI apps
• App preview shows live updates when you make changes to your app
অ্যাপ Swift Playground apps run and install in the Applications folder
• App Store Connect Integration lets you upload your finished app to the App Store (requires Apple Developer Program account)
Smart, inline code advice helps you write code quickly and accurately
Project-wide search finds results across multiple files
• Snippet library provides hundreds of SwiftUI controls, symbols and colors
Swift package support lets you include publicly available code to improve your apps.
• The app makes it easy to Xcode and move back projects