HOW TO CREATE A TABLE VIEW USING SWIFTUI/ SWIFTUI TUTORIAL

In this Swift UI Tutorial you will learn how to create TableView (List) and how to create dynamic list (TableView) in Swift UI for importing images to your project which have the same name as array items. By adding images to your list you will be able to create Image view and add both image and text views in Horizontal Stack. Moreover, you will have a clear understanding of adjusting image size and make it circular.

Featured in this video:
00:19 Create New Project in Xcode
00:53 Create Table in Swift UI
01:36 Make dynamic Table View (Titles Array)
03:31 Add images to Table View
04:15 Resize image sizes
05:07 Add Navigation View Title to Table View
06:16 Create Navigation Bar

Download full project to make dynamic List (Table View):
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