100 Days of SwiftUI – Day 27 – Hacking with Swift

I’ve decided to change the default title for these posts to reflect what resource that I’m working on and make sure that all post related to my journey with Swift are in the “SwiftSlowly” Category.

Today’s activity is about CoreML and I can already tell that it’s going to be something that I’m going to have to review a little more.

Today we’re going to build our project, combining both SwiftUI and Core ML in remarkably few lines of code – I think you’ll be impressed.

The source material is amazing!

I’m looking at the things that haven’t kept up with when the original material was created as an opportunity to get do my own research. For example, changing the call to the CoreML model.

Some of the methods are deprecated.

Luckily, I found a post about using duckduckgo and found a solution.

For extra cool points, I’m excited that I can still follow along with the understanding of what changed as far as the method call. My understanding is that the method calls to CoreML have changed. I don’t have the why at this point.

I’m also hoping that I’ll learn a better way of handling errors other than printing to the console, but that can be added to my technical debt pile.