Learn how to create an iOS app based on a beautiful UI design from Figma with interesting animations and interactions, create a custom tab bar and use navigation views to build a whole flow
Create animated and interactive apps using new iOS 16 techniques using SwiftUI 4 and Xcode 16
Apple provides a set of over 2,400 configurable symbols that you can use in your app. They work seamlessly with San Francisco, the system font for macOS, iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
With SwiftUI, you get access to five built-in shapes which are circle, ellipse, rectangle, rounded rectangle and capsule.
In this video, I want to discuss how to import images from Figma in different formats, such as PNG, PDF and JPEG.
Stacks in SwiftUI are similar to the stack views in UIKit. By combining views in horizontal and vertical stacks, you can build complex user interfaces for your application. There are 3 types of stacks: HStack, VStack and ZStack.
In this tutorial, we’ll take a quick look at how to create a simple layout by only using the visual editing tools and without touching the code.