Read about the onHover view modifier in SwiftUI that allows to detect and react on hover events and learn how to use it through a simple app.
Starting from iOS16, presenting modal sheets of various heights is finally possible in SwiftUI, and this post presents all you need to know.
Progress view in SwiftUI got even better by becoming capable of reporting time based progress and this post presents this new useful feature.
Meet ProxyRepresentation in Transferable and learn how to specify additional transferable content along with the main transfer representation.
Get a first taste of the new Transferable protocol in SwiftUI, learning how to drag and drop objects of a custom Codable type using it.
Read about an actual issue in SwiftUI met in a real project making it impossible to compile, and a useful working solution to get around it.
Go through a detailed making of a customizable view that displays an animated checkmark in SwiftUI meeting various techniques along the way.
Read about how to change the default navigation view style in SwiftUI using a view modifier, and override the default behavior.
Meet the ViewBuilder attribute that enables us to create and return SwiftUI views from methods, and read about an additional useful tip.
Displaying borders around views in SwiftUI is easy, and this post shows how to draw borders that are simple, rounded, or have another shape.