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Responsive layout in SwiftUI with ViewThatFit

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.

How to change a navigation bar color in SwiftUI on iOS 16

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 in SF Symbols 4

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.

Hide keyboard when scrolling in SwiftUI with scrollDismissesKeyboard

In iOS, we have dedicated built-in ways to dismiss the keyboard in scrollable content. Let's learn how to set that in SwiftUI.

Calendar view in SwiftUI with MultiDatePicker

In iOS 16, we have a new view to select multiple dates. Let's explore its capabilities.

How to create multiline TextField in SwiftUI

In iOS 16, we can create a multiple text field with new initializers and a little help from the .lineLimit(_:) modifier.

Create a mac menu bar app in SwiftUI with MenuBarExtra

In iOS 16, we can create a mac menu bar app without a need for AppKit. Let's learn how to do that.

SwiftUI Grid

iOS 16 add a new Grid view to SwiftUI. A Grid view arranges child views in rows and columns. This table-like structure makes a layout that is hard to do in vertical and horizontal stacks become easier.

How to add a TextField to Alert in SwiftUI

iOS 16 add the ability to integrate a text field in an alert.

Little big improvements in Xcode 14

Small improvements that make a big difference in day-to-day coding.

First impressions of SwiftUI in WWDC22

An overview of what's new in SwiftUI.

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