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.
Find out in this quick post how to present a popover in SwiftUI, what’s important to remember, and what you should be expecting from it.
Read about the redacted view modifier in SwiftUI and how to show placeholders while fetching data or displaying sensitive information.
Read in this post how to define custom keys in the SwiftUI environment and have values globally accessible throughout the view hierarchy.
Read how to observe value changes and trigger additional actions when these happen with the onChange(_:) view modifier in SwiftUI.
Learn how to create tab bar based applications in SwiftUI with the Tab view, how to deal with tab items, and other interesting details.
Find out in this post about the @AppStorage property wrapper. The modern way to write to user defaults and read from it in SwiftUI based apps.