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  • Posted to Learn SwiftUI for iOS 13, in reply to Jonah Grindler , Jun 28, 2019

    This is amazing, thank you Jonah. Please let me know what you think of the content. I'll be creating more. :)

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  • Posted to Learn SwiftUI for iOS 13, in reply to Kyle Conrad , Jun 28, 2019

    Update, we fixed the scroll bars for Chrome. Thanks so much for reporting this!

    3 points
  • Posted to Learn SwiftUI for iOS 13, in reply to Jonah Grindler , Jun 28, 2019

    Thank you Jonah, the tutorials from Apple are fantastic. The complexity jumps quite fast though, especially if you've never done Swift. I had to download the source code and experiment a lot in order to grasp some of those concepts. My course is more hands-on, step-by-step and beginner-friendly.

    I designed it in a way that once you take it, you'll be able to go back to other tutorials and make sense of their explanations. Most importantly, you get to build something fun. :)

    2 points
  • Posted to Learn SwiftUI for iOS 13, in reply to Kyle Conrad , Jun 27, 2019

    Oh wow! I never noticed that since I use Safari. Fixing that ASAP!

    2 points
  • Posted to Learn SwiftUI for iOS 13, in reply to Kyle Conrad , Jun 26, 2019

    Hi Kyle, author here. Do you mean the scrollbar for the horizontal cards at the bottom of the page? Thanks for the feedback!

    1 point
  • Posted to Learn UI Interactions with Framer Playground, in reply to Arthur Klepchukov , Jun 15, 2019

    We just added the feature with the copy to clipboard on those buttons for the landing page. We somehow omitted that and I agree that it was weird. Thanks again for the feedback!

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  • Posted to Learn UI Interactions with Framer Playground, in reply to Rob Gill , Jun 11, 2019

    Appreciate the feedback! I'll make sure to implement the code button interactions for copying the code and for them to lead to the course's sections. This is my bad.

    1 point
  • Posted to Learn UI Interactions with Framer Playground, in reply to Greg D , Jun 11, 2019

    Author here. Thank you Greg, that means a lot! I really hope to see more designers picking code because there's never been a better time with the recent releases of SwiftUI, Flutter and Framer.

    2 points
  • Posted to Would anyone like to sponsor my designer newsletter for free so I can validate an idea?, in reply to Alistair Tweedie , May 31, 2019

    You can reach me at meng at designcode.io -- thanks! :)

    1 point
  • Posted to Would anyone like to sponsor my designer newsletter for free so I can validate an idea?, May 31, 2019

    I've sponsored many newsletters and indie projects (Sidebar, SketchAppSources, SketchRepo, Panda, etc) in the past and would be happy to pay based on traffic, big or small, even if it's just to get you started.

    A little about me, I'm the founder of Design+Code -- we teach designers how to code. We have a range of courses: React, RN, Vue, Swift, Framer, Figma, CSS.

    3 points
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