SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #141
The curated collection of links about SwiftUI. Delivered every Monday.
An overlay is a view drawing on top of another view. And today, we will talk about two interesting use cases of using overlays in SwiftUI. One of them allows us to keep the structural identity of the view, and another one becomes very handy whenever you build custom navigation transitions.
Imagine that your designer wants you to design a component that has several rounded corner layers.
Nowadays, many frameworks Xcode provides us contain SwiftUI views, including the PhotosUI framework. The PhotosUI framework provides the PhotosPicker button, allowing us to offer photo-picking functionality in our apps quickly. This week we will learn how to use the PhotosPicker view in SwiftUI.
I have recently been working on an app that allows users to create, edit and export QR codes as images.
.fileExporter modifiers to let people choose files to open and save. Apply the modifier to a SwiftUI view, such as a button or a menu item. The
.fileExporter modifiers are available on both iOS and Mac.
An ex-Apple engineer who worked on SwiftUI shares 7 tips on how to display Text like a pro in SwiftUI.