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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: Navigation View and List
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Build a table view with navigation options and presentations in SwiftUI.

The NavigationView is preloaded with a ton of features that make list layouts extremely easy to create and add navigation items like a dynamic Large Title, NavBar buttons, List styles. There is also a Navigation Bar that appears as you scroll and you can quickly add new buttons to it. On top of that, if you use NavigationButton, you’ll transition to a Detail screen and it will use the default interactions like the back button and swipe to go back.

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Lesson List
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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