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SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #131
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The Swift Charts framework provides excellent functionality for implementing super custom charts. This week we will learn how to handle user input with gestures to build interactive charts. The Chart type is a simple SwiftUI view, which means you can attach gestures and buttons to interact with the chart.
In iOS 16 Apple introduced Swift Charts, which makes generating beautiful charts both quick and easy. Although creating a line chart in Swift Charts using SwiftUI is not all to difficult, making one with two different data types might be another story. In this article I will go over how to create such a chart.
As we’ve previously looked at how to implement offset tracking and stretchable headers for SwiftUI scroll views, let’s now combine them to implement a scroll view header that stretches out when you pull down and sticks to the navigation bar as you scroll.
In our SwiftUI workshop we always include an exercise where you learn about how the environment works. Often, we build some kind of stylesheet that gets passed down the environment, from the root view.
Hallo vrienden en collega’s, Leo hier. Today we will learn the best way to styling components in SwiftUI, especially with ButtonStyle.
The ability to run some code periodically is an important task in iOS development.
In this Video I'm going to teach how to create a stylish animated sticky header with auto scrollable tab indicators for ScrollView using SwiftUI 4.0.