When creating apps that interact with a user, some may feel that more traditional user interfaces (UIs) such as those presented by iOS and Android are too complex and hard to use. Such apps may be written in a shorter and more direct way, using only Xcode and Eclipse. However, such programming languages and IDEs do not make it easy to create quality UIs, and can be difficult to maintain. SwiftUI aims to make creating such apps easier, by offering a lightweight and interactive UI builder for iOS and macOS
SwiftUI is a lightweight, plugin-based framework for creating iOS and OS X applications. This framework offers a simple and powerful API for creating custom navigation bars and toolbars, which offers beautiful and flexible design options, and offers deep and customizable features.
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Recently I’ve been using a lightweight library called SwiftUI , which is a big improvement on the default UIKit navigation system for iOS apps. SwiftUI gives you a single simple API for handling tab events and navigation across the application’s screens, and it’s a lot more lightweight than the UIKit navigation system itself.. Read more about swiftui navigation stack and let us know what you think.
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