Context: I’m pretty experienced with Python, but new to Pythonista and iOS dev.
I have a SiriShortcut that needs a UI. It’s a yoga timer that takes a list off poses and times, and reads each pose and waits for the duration. I’d like to switch to using Pythonista in order to have the pose name visible.
I can make the basic UI and process the list, but I’m not sure how to make a visible progress bar. It seems like this should be a standard UI element but I’m not finding anything in the docs.
Can anyone give me a pointer? Thanks!
To create an interface for Siri Shortcuts, developers typically use Apple's Shortcuts app, which allows users to automate tasks by integrating third-party apps. To enable this functionality, developers must expose specific app features as "donatable" actions within their apps. This involves defining intent parameters and customizing user interfaces to ensure a seamless and user-friendly experience. By adopting the SiriKit framework, developers can make their apps compatible with Siri Shortcuts, enabling users to create custom voice-activated commands that trigger these app actions. It's crucial to provide clear and concise descriptions, icons, and user guidance within the app to help users create and understand their personalized shortcuts. Additionally, thorough testing and adherence to Apple's guidelines are essential to ensure a reliable and smooth interaction with Siri Shortcuts.