Explore how to create expandable text fields with adjustable number of lines at blazing speed in iOS and macOS apps using SwiftUI.
Presenting Confirmation Dialogs In SwiftUI
SwiftUI provides a built-in confirmation dialog to present to users and in this post you can find out all the details you need to use it.
The onHover View Modifier In SwiftUI
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.
First Experience With Transferable Implementing Drag And Drop In SwiftUI
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.
Does SwiftUI View Not Compile? Time To Start Making It Lighter
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.
Navigation View Style in SwiftUI
Read about how to change the default navigation view style in SwiftUI using a view modifier, and override the default behavior.
Flavors of SwiftUI Picker on macOS
Find out what the available styles of the SwiftUI Picker view on macOS are, and how the same view can result in different controls.
Embedding SwiftUI Views in Storyboard-Based macOS Apps
Read how to embed SwiftUI views in storyboard-based macOS projects and what to watch out for. Boost your productivity & make coding funnier!
Presenting The Preferences Window On macOS Using SwiftUI
Most macOS apps present a Preferences window to configure settings, and this post demonstrates how to do that in your own apps using SwiftUI.
Displaying Borders in SwiftUI
Displaying borders around views in SwiftUI is easy, and this post shows how to draw borders that are simple, rounded, or have another shape.