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SwiftUI Views Jumpstart: Your SwiftUI Visual Reference Guide

SwiftUI Views Jumpstart is for every iOS Developer who wants to learn SwiftUI but doesn’t have enough time.

Here’s a huge problem you face right now. It’s not enough time.

What makes this even worse is the fact that you are already overwhelmed with other things to learn for your job or development career! Which means you are probably already falling behind other developers in this industry.

And, worst of all, many people that know Swift can’t get past the idea that SwiftUI is difficult to learn or takes a long time to learn.

But luckily for you, there’s now a solution!

If you’re an iOS Developer and who really wants to learn SwiftUI, but doesn’t have enough time, “SwiftUI Views Jumpstart” is the answer you’ve been looking for!

This book is for VISUAL LEARNERS. It has over 190 SwiftUI screenshots to help you get started.
Getting answers fast is a simple 2-step process:
1) Find the screenshot
2) See the code

It’s that simple.

I use simple and easily understood English to make the book even more accessible to developers all around the world. This makes it easier to learn even if English is your second language.

TIP to save even MORE TIME

After you get this visual reference guide, go through and look at all the screenshots to see what is possible. Even if you never read another page, you will have an idea of what can be built using SwiftUI. Then when it comes time to use SwiftUI, you will remember the screenshots and go back and get the code.

So don’t delay and start saving hours of frustration and experimentation from lack of official documentation!

This book contains:

SwiftUI Concepts so you grasp how this all works with the use of pictures

An introduction to Swift language changes because there are some new things that won’t immediately make sense when you see them

An overview of layout behavior – this isn’t storyboards and constraints anymore!

How to use new features in Xcode to preview your SwiftUI

Layout Views – Learn about the container views that make UI happen. These are what I call the “core views” that will enable you to create and layout beautiful UI.

Vertical Stack

Horizontal Stack

Depth Stack

Spacers

Geometry Reader (a way to get size and position of views)

Learn and see practical examples of all of the Control Views SwiftUI has to offer:

Button

DatePicker

Form

List

NavigationView

Picker

ScrollView

SecureField

Segmented Control (Picker)

Slider

Stepper

TabView

Text

TextField

Toggle

The Other Views chapter covers a handful of existing shapes you can quickly put to work. This book will show you how to use and customize:

Circles

Capsules

Ellipses

Rectangles

RoundedRectangles

An in-depth look at colors and how to get the most out of them.

How paths work and how to draw custom paths.

What do you think?

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