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SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #127
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Last week we started a series of posts about the new Charts framework available on the latest Apple platforms. We talked about basic stuff and learned how to plot data. This week we will continue mastering the Charts framework by learning different customization and styling options available.
To add an animation to a SwiftUI view, the framework provides the following two options:
animation(_:value:) view modifier for animations when a certain state value changes.
withAnimation(_:_:) global function which we can use to apply state changes and create animations for all affected views.
Apart from regular view modifiers in SwiftUI, there are also text modifiers. They apply specific styles to a
Text view and return another
Text rather than
some View. We can see the list of available text modifiers in the Text view documentation under the "Styling the view’s text" and other sections.
Hallo vrienden en vijanden, Leo hier. Today we will explore something important while migrating to SwiftUI with a previous UIKit code base, which is how to send data from UIKit to SwiftUI.
In iOS 16, there is a behavior change in a navigation view. If we didn't set a navigation title, a navigation view will automatically hide the navigation bar for us.
In this video, we delve into the world of SwiftUI architecture and explore the different options available for building robust and scalable apps. We cover popular architectures like MVC, MVVM, and VIPER, and offer expert insights on which one might be the best fit for your project.
In this Video I'm going to teach how to create Stylish Animated Collapsible Header Menu Using SwiftUI 4.0.