Found 14 articles tagged with #swiftui

StateObject vs ObservedObject in SwiftUI

Use StateObject when the view is the source of truth for the object, ObservedObject when the object’s lifecycle is managed outside the view, such as when it’s passed into the view.

Apr 18, 2024#swiftui

How to dismiss a sheet in SwiftUI

There are several ways to dismiss views in SwiftUI like using a @Binding variable, dismiss environment value or deprecated presentationMode.

Jan 07, 2024#swiftui

How to perform migrations in SwiftData

Lightweight migrations are automatic and can handle small changes, complex migrations require manual intervention and can handle more advanced changes.

How to create custom view modifiers in SwiftUI

You can also create your own custom view modifiers by adopting the ViewModifier protocol and implementing the body(content:) method.

Jan 04, 2024#swiftui#modifiers

Difference between Binding and Bindable in SwiftUI

Binding creates a two-way connection, while Bindable create bindings to the mutable properties of an observable object.

How to create rounded images in SwiftUI

Creating rounded images in your app's UI can be a design choice to enhance the visual appeal and provide a more modern or aesthetically pleasing look.

Dec 04, 2023#swiftui#images

How to resize image and keep aspect ratio in SwiftUI

By understanding the different content modes and how to use custom aspect ratios, you can ensure your images look great on all devices and screen orientations.

Dec 03, 2023#swiftui#images

SwiftUI .task() vs .onAppear()

Both view modifiers that can be used to run some code when a view is shown but there are some differences between them. In general, .task() is more powerful and convenient but only available in iOS 15 or later.

Apr 22, 2023#swiftui

How to Pass Data Up & Down in SwiftUI

You typically use State and StateObject to hold data as single source of truth, then passing around using binding, custom environment values, or preferences.

Mar 24, 2023#how-to#swiftui

How do you use animations in SwiftUI?

When using SwiftUI, you can individually animate changes to views, or to a view’s state, no matter where the effects are. SwiftUI handles….