Displaying borders around views in SwiftUI is easy, and this post shows how to draw borders that are simple, rounded, or have another shape.

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SwiftUI makes it quite easy to create beautiful user interfaces. That fact becomes even bolder when it comes to apply simple styling to views, as many times a single line of code is enough to do the job. Drawing borders confirms that statement, as we can achieve nice results with…

Find out in this quick post how to present a popover in SwiftUI, what’s important to remember, and what you should be expecting from it.

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Popover is a system provided control used widely in applications running both in iPad and Mac. It allows to display additional content or ask for user interaction in a concise and elegant fashion; most importantly, users are familiar with it, so it is easy for them to use popovers.

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Show placeholders with the redacted view modifier in SwiftUI.

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It is an undeniable fact that the essence and the real identity of each app is its content. That, in combination to its design and provided user experience, makes every app unique and different. However, it’s sometimes necessary to replace part of, or the entire content with placeholders. …

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I think we all agree that the greatest advantage of SwiftUI is the ability it offers to implement specific controls with just a couple of lines; that’s the exact opposite of UIKit, where even the simplest control needs several lines of code in order to properly initialize and configure it…

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