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Ⓙohannes Ⓕahrenkrug Feb 10
Replying to @steipete
I think Storyboards were a conceptual mistake. SwiftUI is hopefully going to solve the problem Storyboards failed to solve: Quick, concise UI creation with a fast visual feedback loop.
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Peter Steinberger Feb 10
Replying to @jfahrenkrug
Same for XIB
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Bastian Inuk ❄️ Feb 10
Replying to @steipete
Clearly you made it bigger
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Peter Steinberger Feb 10
Replying to @BastianInuk
by looking at it. Maybe I should stop looking at my belly :o)
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Steve Riggins Feb 10
Replying to @steipete
This will be every SwiftUI app each time a new version of the framework ships.
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Peter Steinberger Feb 10
Replying to @steveriggins
There’s no autogenerated code in SwiftUI?
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Antoine v.d. SwiftLee @ 🏠 Feb 10
Replying to @steipete
Great improvements for free! 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Peter Steinberger Feb 10
Replying to @twannl
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Lasse Koskela Feb 10
Replying to @steipete
One does not simply ”look at” storyboards
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Peter Steinberger Feb 10
Replying to @lassekoskela
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