SYSIOPEYA LTD offers iOS and visionOS Development

Oct 7, 2023 | SYSIOPEYA, Technology

SYSIOPEYA LTD is proud to announce that we can now offer iOS and macOS development.
After we already used in-house iOS development with Swift and SwiftUI, we will soon present apps for the public.

Based on our experience in usability, use research and use requirements we choose SwiftUI for the following reasons:

SwiftUI is a user interface toolkit that provides a modern and intuitive way of building user interfaces for Apple’s platforms. It offers numerous advantages when it comes to usability, making it a popular choice among developers and end users alike.

One major advantage for end users is the consistency of the user interface across different devices. SwiftUI uses a single codebase that adapts to different screen sizes, orientations, and platforms. This means that users can expect a familiar and consistent experience regardless of the device they are using.

Another advantage is the responsiveness of SwiftUI’s user interface components. With SwiftUI, user interfaces are designed to respond quickly and smoothly to user input, resulting in a more engaging and enjoyable experience.

SwiftUI also offers a range of built-in accessibility features that make user interfaces more inclusive and easy to use for people with disabilities. These features include dynamic type, which allows users to adjust the size of the text, and VoiceOver, which reads out the contents of the screen to visually impaired users.

Overall, the usability advantages of SwiftUI make it an excellent choice for building modern and intuitive user interfaces for Apple’s platforms including the new Vision Pro that are consistent, responsive, and inclusive.

What is visionOS?

visionOS is the operating system used by the new Apple device, the augmented reality glasses Vision Pro. Apple calls the concept behind this augmented reality device spatial computing. Compared to 2D content in iOS on iPhones or iPads the Vision Pro provides conten in 3D.

What is Augmented Reality?

When the real enviroment is blended with computer generated content we get augmented reality. In contrast to virtual reality, where the whole visual world is computer generated, augmented reality overlays only parts of the real environment with computer generated graphical content. The combination of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) is often referenced as Mixed Reality