Learn how to use the toggle view in SwiftUI, and how to create custom styles in order to override the default appearance with unique views.
Find out how to show and configure a progress view in SwiftUI for long-running tasks, and create advanced progress views with custom styles.
Read how to create a collection view that will be working in iOS 13 using SwiftUI, without using the tools available to make grids in iOS 14+.
Read and learn in this post how to create vertical and horizontal grids in SwiftUI, as well as how to combine them for great visual results.
Read about how to drop shadow on any view in SwiftUI, and discover a couple of practical and useful tricks when applying shadows to buttons.
Applying blur effect in SwiftUI is a super-easy task, and this post showcases how to do so, as well as how to change blur amount on the fly.
Light or dark mode? Learn how to detect the current color scheme in SwiftUI and update your interface accordingly when necessary.
Starting in iOS 14, SwiftUI provides its own text view called TextEditor. Find out how to use it and get around specific peculiarities easily.
It’s quite often necessary to expand views beyond the safe area limits, and this quick post shows how to easily ignore safe area in SwiftUI.
Meet a technique that lets you navigate and switch among SwiftUI views of the same hierarchy level when not using a navigation or tab view.