In this SwiftUI tutorial, I’ll demonstrate the basics of this new native UI Framework! and How to use and customize Label/Text, You’re going to get a sneak preview of exactly how Swift UI works as we build a demo project step by step.
I’m following and learning from Apple’s own SwiftUI tutorials and I highly recommend that you give them a read as well (You’ll be able to download the demo project from there):
I’ll be publish more SwiftUI content and tutorials in the coming days so make sure you’re subscribed my channel and you won’t miss a beat:
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SwiftUI is a new declarative Native UI framework to build user interfaces for apps across all of Apple’s platforms including iOS, iPadOS, MacOS, TvOS and WatchOS.
I’m super excited about SwiftUI because it addresses the biggest concern I had with teaching programmatic UIs to beginners: that they would get lost and get discouraged.
SwiftUI is both intuitive and easy to grasp and it offers the maintainability and flexibility of a UI built with code. I’m going to start adopting it into my beginner material and I think you guys are going to really like it!
(A quick reminder that macOS Catalina, SwiftUI, and Xcode 11 are only available in Beta, and so cannot be found in the App Store. Download them via the developer website: 🔗 https://developer.apple.com/xcode/
Use Beta software and OS at your own risk!)
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