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In this guide, I will quickly walk you through how to install Big Sur in parallel to your current (f.e. Catalina) macOS version✨

Click here for: How To Install Xcode Beta 12

Index

1. Create a new APFS Volume
2. Download and Install the Beta Profile
3. Download and Install macOS Big Sur

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1. Create a new APFS Volume

Open up Disk Utility — you can use spotlight by pressing cmd+space:

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press cmd+space to open spotlight

Now right click your main hard drive — it is most likely called Macintosh HD and select Add APFS Volume..

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You can give it a name and click on Add

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That’s it! This is the preparation we needed to now install the shiny new OS! …


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In this guide, I will quickly walk you through how to install Xcode 12 Beta and finish up with where to go to get started with SwiftUI ✨

Click here for: How To Install macOS Big Sur

Index

1. Download Xcode 12 Beta
2. Install Xcode 12 Beta
3. SwiftUI Tutorial

1. Download Xcode 12 Beta

You’ll have to log in with your Apple ID in order to get access to all the beta software from Apple → https://developer.apple.com/download/.

Once you’ve logged in you’ll be at the Operating System tab so go ahead and select the Applications tab and then click the Download button for Xcode!

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2. Install Xcode 12 Beta

Once downloaded double click the file to install it as expected. Open Xcode to finish the installation and you’re done 🥳

3. SwiftUI Tutorial

I’ve published easy to follow tutorials to get started with SwiftUI you can find the start here → SwiftUI Tutorial

I am really happy you read my article! If you have any suggestions or improvements of any kind let me know! I’d love to hear from you! 😊


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In this tutorial I will show you how incredibly simple it is to create a Detail View and pass in data to display it ✨

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This tutorial is a natural follow-up of SwiftUI - Understanding Binding. You can either go for that tutorial first and come back later or be a rebel, skip it and read on 😊

Watch the video tutorial of this article instead: here

Index

1. Create a Detail View
2. Integrate your Detail View
3. Where to go from here

1. Create a Detail View

In case you skipped the former tutorial (you rebel) here’s the codebase that we will use to start from in this tutorial: Understanding Binding (Codebase). …

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I'm an always optimistic, open minded and knowledge seeking fullstack developer passionate about UI/UX and changing things for the better :)

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