Making SwiftUI views responsive usually involves a lot of GeometryReaders and if-else. In iOS 16, SwiftUI got a new view that makes it easier. Let's learn how to do it.
A navigation bar is an essential part of iOS apps. It is a part where we usually apply color to match our branding. In iOS 16, we can customize a navigation bar purely in SwiftUI.
Variable Color is a new feature of SF Symbols that allows you to change the appearance of a symbol based on a percentage value. Let's learn what it is and how to use it.
In iOS, we have dedicated built-in ways to dismiss the keyboard in scrollable content. Let's learn how to set that in SwiftUI.
In iOS 16, we got a native way to present a bottom sheet in SwiftUI. Let's explore its behavior and limitation.
In iOS 16, we got a big improvement over lineLimit modifiers. Let's see what we can do with it.
In iOS 16, Apple allows users to grant or deny pasteboard reading permission before it happens. Let's see what that means to users.
In iOS 16, the URL got a whole pack of type properties that reference a different path within a user domain, e.g., URL.documentsDirectory.
In iOS 16, we finally got a native way to change the background color of a list view in SwiftUI.
In iOS 16, we have a new view to select multiple dates. Let's explore its capabilities.
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