A SwiftUI system components and interactions demo app based on iOS 14, macOS Big Sur, watchOS 7, and tvOS 14. Includes Buttons, Colors, Controls, Fonts, Haptics, Images, Indicators, Shapes, Text, and more.
Button is one of the regularly used components in SwiftUI. We use buttons to allow users to produce actions. That’s why it is so essential to generalize the look and feel of buttons in our apps. This week we will master buttons in SwiftUI. We will learn how to customize the look and feel of our buttons.
SwiftUI provides a pretty composable architecture for building your apps. Every screen in terms of SwiftUI is a function on some data which returns a view. So let’s talk today about composable and highly reusable styling options which we have in SwiftUI.
1.How to create a simple button and handle the user’s selection 2. How to customize the button’s background, padding and font 3. How to add borders to a button 4. How to create a button with both image and text 5. How to create a button with a gradient background and shadows 6. How to create a full-width button