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If you find yourself repeating the same modifiers throughout your project, you may want to extract those modifiers into your own modifier ..read more
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In SwiftUI, you have the option to change the color of the shadow you add to views. (I exaggerated them here for effect.)­čĺíTip: Consider ..read more
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Here is the story of how I went to hating SwiftUI to loving it to writing a book: SwiftUI Views Book: How the Journey Began - ..read more
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It's here! I introduce to you my new book "SwiftUI Views"! Get it today and be a step ahead of everyone else! Come check it out:https:// ..read more
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The SwiftUI TabView's TabItems can show just text, just an image or both. You don't need a VStack and order doesn't matter. It'll figure ..read more
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The #SwiftUI TabView acts like a container for child views within it. These child views are individual screens. It provides tab buttons ( ..read more
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Here are some customization options for the #SwiftUI Stepper view.Code: https://www.patreon.com/posts/28965255Book: https://www ..read more
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I posted this when it was beta 4. Here is the beta 5 update. Also, notice ForEach now needs id.You can sign up for this book now! Learn # ..read more
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#SwiftUI Stepper view can accept a range of values. You provide a min and max value with three dots between them as the second parameter. ..read more
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SwiftUI Steppers! Bind it to a state variable to get and set the value. More info and the full code for this example here: https://www ..read more

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