How to create a widget in SwiftUI? You've probably searched for this on Google before. But why struggle for days to research and build a widget app, when you can build a high end app template, with a stunning design that puts your own app on the App Store in no time.
Now that Widgets are hot and the competition is low, you must act fast.
The previous calendar widget app was a success, having a lot of developers just like you, coming back to share their excitement that their app is live and doing well on the App Store.
*** WHAT DOES THIS PRODUCT OFFER YOU ***
The app as shown in the video demo. If something was not showcased in the video, it means that it's not supported by the app/code. Feel free to ask questions before buying.
Assistance will be provided for any code-related questions.
*** WHAT DO I NEED TO GET STARTED ***
You will need a Mac computer with Xcode 12 installed. This app as you probably know works on iOS 14+. Also, it's very important that you have an Apple Developer account because widgets require App Groups in order to share data between the widget and the app, and App Groups can be properly created only if you have a developer account.
*** HOW DOES IT WORK ***
- Holiday widgets are simple static widgets. You can create more holidays in the code (will require a little bit of coding, but we provide great commented code for you to learn). Users can tap to change the background image for each holiday widget, or long press to reset (in the app) the widget to the default background color.
- Essential widgets are also static widgets. Users can tap these widgets in the app in order to set their bedtime hours or birthday date. This is the only customization that the user can do to these widgets.
- Custom widgets are the widget from the 'Create widget' section. Users can create their own countdown event by providing an event name, date, font, background gradient color, or background image from the Photo Library. What's really exciting about this type of widget, is that the user can add as many as they want on the Home Screen, then long-press on the widget, tap Edit Widget and choose a custom even that they created for that particular widget. This allows for endless possibilities for users to create countdown widget events. Keep in mind that only these widget types support the Edit Widget functionality.
Don't wait until everyone will have a widget app!
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