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Paperville - 🏙 Design a city in Swift code (WWDC 2018 submission, ACCEPTED)

  •    Swift

My WWDC 2018 playground. ACCEPTED. Paperville provides a toolset to create a city model using Swift code only. You can build roads, houses, commercial areas, factories and parks with intuitive and powerful syntax. Your code on the left acts as a blueprint, and on the right you can see the interactive city.

Cryptography-and-Privacy - [Accepted] The WWDC19 Scholarship Application Project

  •    Swift

Tell us about the features and technologies you used in your Swift playground. The playground book I have created for this year's WWDC is called Cryptography & Privacy. I created this in order to tell users the most basic knowledge in cryptography, so that they can be aware of their online privacy. It discusses the importance of privacy first in the introduction cutscene first, then tells the concepts of symmetric and asymmetric cryptograph, and finally provides a practice in real, requiring the user to implement the "secure chat" feature in an imaginary app.




AccessibleReality - [Accepted] My WWDC21 Swift Student Challenge submission

  •    Swift

I made a playground book that teaches you the basics of ARKit through interactive lessons. It covers positioning, hit-testing, and how to calculate relationships between objects. In the end, it combines all these concepts into an app: A navigation aid for those who are visually impaired. Want to make your own playground book? Here's some tips and tricks that I picked up while making mine.

SwiftPlaygroundsCLI - Easily generate Swift Playgrounds from your command line 👨‍💻

  •    Swift

Before installing the SwiftPlaygroundsCLI please make sure you have downloaded the Playgrounds.app from the Mac App Store. Mint is a package manager that installs and runs Swift command line tool packages.