Pull To Refresh in SwiftUI

SwiftUI gets better and better every year, and in WWDC 2021 we heard about some great new additions and improvements. One such addition that this post is focusing on is the pull to refresh control; a missing UI element familiar from the UITableView in UIKit, but not available in the first two versions of SwiftUI.

Putting the pull to refresh functionality in action is pretty easy in SwiftUI. We only have to apply a…

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An iOS & macOS app maker writing code in Swift. Author of countless programming tutorials. Content creator. https://serialcoder.dev

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Gabriel Theodoropoulos

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An iOS & macOS app maker writing code in Swift. Author of countless programming tutorials. Content creator. https://serialcoder.dev

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