In this SwiftUI tutorial, you’ll write your very first Core Data application with Swift programming language in Xcode. You’ll see how easy it is to get started with all the resources provided in Xcode, from using the starter Core Data code template to the Core Data Model editor.
The new project will be a TODO app with Core Data. Let’s develop this outstanding iOS and iPadOS application with SwiftUI.
Besides the main Todo functionality we’re going to build some extra features as well, for example: Alternate App Icons and learn how to dynamically change app icons in your iOS apps, App Color Themes, subtle user interface animations and so for.
You can download the pdf workbook file and take a look all of the various iOS mobile app development topics that we’re going to cover in this SwiftUI tutorial.
How to build an impressive Todo iOS and iPadOS application
How to save data permanently to the local database with Core Data
How to add priority for the Todo items
How to delete Todo items and update the database with SwiftUI
How to create an outstanding Home view with custom illustrations and quotes
How to build a complex Settings view with many sections
How to develop a new feature: Alternative App Icons with nine custom app icons
How to develop a new feature: App Color Themes with three scheme like: pink, blue, green
How to open external links like Web pages, Twitter app, etc.
How to create a subtle animation and enhance the general UI and UX design
How to support Dark / Light mode user interfaces with SwiftUI
How to support the todo list in the wide iPad screens
Core Data is a framework that you use to manage the model layer objects in your application. It provides generalized and automated solutions to common tasks associated with object life cycle and object graph management, including persistence.Official Core Data Documentation
Every app needs a beautiful and memorable icon that attracts attention in the App Store and stands out on the Home screen. Your icon is the first opportunity to communicate, at a glance, your app’s purpose. It also appears throughout the system, such as in Settings and search results.Official App Icon Guidelines