SwiftUI Weekly - Issue #144
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One of my favorite features of the Swift Language is the dynamic member lookup. We don’t use it very often, but it improves the API of the provided type significantly by improving the way we access the data of the particular type.
I had the idea to do this while biking back from work one of the other days and I saw an advertising sign with a letter in a circular path. I don’t quite remember what advertising was but that called my attention.
Welcome to another SwiftUI tutorial, where we are about to explore and learn how to create forms in SwiftUI. Forms are a special kind of container views that allow to group input controls together, applying platform-appropriate styling to them automatically. Forms are ideal for building user interfaces that allow data entry, like settings or sign up/sign in views.
I am currently building a new app where I needed to show ratings for items. Ratings are from 0 to 5 with 0.5 step. In this blog post, we’ll implement a SwiftUI view which uses SF symbols to display ratings.
In this video, we will learn about parallax effect and how to implement it in SwiftUI. We will use the GeometryReader to understand the scroll content offset.
In this video, I want to try and clarify what a GeometryReader is in SwiftUI and how you might use it.