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Build an app with SwiftUI
This course was written for designers and developers who are passionate about design and about building real apps for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. SwiftUI works across all of those platforms. While the code is not a one-size-fits-all, the controls and techniques involved can apply to all platforms. It is beginner-friendly, but it is also packed with design tricks and cool workflows about building the best UIs and interactions.
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Lesson: Modal Presentation
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Navigate to another screen using a built-in Modal view.

Now that we have a lot of interactive content like cards and floating buttons, we can use those to initiate different interactions like calling a modal or an alert. In SwiftUI, the modal interaction is fantastic and has a built-in drag to dismiss gesture. I recommend using it often, even for large content.

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Build an app with SwiftUI
This course was written for designers and developers who are passionate about design and about building real apps for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. SwiftUI works across all of those platforms. While the code is not a one-size-fits-all, the controls and techniques involved can apply to all platforms. It is beginner-friendly, but it is also packed with design tricks and cool workflows about building the best UIs and interactions.
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