What is SwiftUI?
Provides views, controls, and layout structures for declaring your app's user interface. The framework provides event handlers for delivering taps, gestures, and other types of input to your app.
SwiftUI is a tool in the Mobile UI Frameworks category of a tech stack.
Who uses SwiftUI?
6 companies reportedly use SwiftUI in their tech stacks, including TKN - Frameshift, Turta Stack, and Balance CG.
103 developers on StackShare have stated that they use SwiftUI.
- Declarative Syntax
- Design Tools
- Drag and drop
- Dynamic replacement
- Native on All Apple Platforms
- Generate dynamic, interactive previews of your custom views
- Define interactions from taps, clicks, and swipes to fine-grained gestures
- Control and respond to the flow of data and changes within your app’s models
- Integrate SwiftUI views into existing apps, and embed AppKit, UIKit, and WatchKit views and controllers into SwiftUI view hierarchies
- Present your content onscreen and handle user interactions
SwiftUI Alternatives & Comparisons
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