You typically use @State and @StateObject to hold data as single source of truth, then passing around using @Binding, @ObservedObject, @EnvironmentObject, custom environment values, or preferences.
When using SwiftUI, you can individually animate changes to views, or to a view’s state, no matter where the effects are. SwiftUI handles….
Use view modifiers to indicate which views can receive focus, to detect which view has focus, and to programmatically control focus state.
You display a modal presentation, like an alert, popover, sheet, or confirmation dialog to draw attention to an important narrowly scoped task.
SwiftUI ships with a handful of property wrappers that enable us to declare exactly how our data is observed, rendered and mutated by our views.
You should get busy learning SwiftUI because because it is absolutely the future of app development on Apple platforms.