If you don’t have the habit of creating your own internal tools to make your job easier, I highly recommend it. They don’t have to be perfect, they just have to fulfill your own needs, and you should make them with no expectation that you’re ever going to make them available to anyone else.
That‘s true! SwiftUI is more than ready for personal tools that can help you on a daily basis.
When I was rebuilding this site, I had in mind that I didn’t want to have a computer with me all the time to write a post, so I wanted this process to be as flexible as my iPhone or iPad.
This site is made on top of Jekyll and Jekyll files have a specific header that you can add the information of post, such as title, date, external URL, excerpt, and so on.
This is where SwiftUI came in handy for me. I wrote an app a couple of weeks ago to help me set up this Jekyll header in a blink and save my time.
Normally I use Ulysses to write my posts and Working Copy to publish them. As they are also in iOS, my life got even easier.
This very same post was writen and posted right from my iPhone.