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Easily use UIKit views in your SwiftUI applications. Create Xcode Previews for UIView elements

Created: Dec 28, 2020Last commit: Mar 15, 2021AvdLee
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SwiftUI vs UIKit – Comparison of building the same app in each framework

UIKit has served us for many years with a bright future still ahead of it, and SwiftUI is the cool new kid in town. But which of the two works better when building a real app?

Jun 17, 2019Paul Hudson
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UIKit has served us for many years with a bright future still ahead of it, and SwiftUI is the cool new kid in town. But which of the two works better when building a real app?

Jun 17, 2019Paul Hudson
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SwiftUIKit adds extra functionality to SwiftUI, like extensions to existing types and completely new views, pickers, utilites, services etc. SwiftUIKit is divided into these areas: Blurs, Cameras, Data, Extensions, Gestures, Navigation, Pickers, Presentation, Sharing, Styles Views

Created: Mar 4, 2020Last commit: Feb 21, 2021danielsaidi
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All of Apple's SwiftUI tutorials in one easy download.

Created: Jun 5, 2019Last commit: Jul 6, 2020apple-sample-code

Using UIKit views in SwiftUI

A few weeks ago, we talked about building views like PagerView and BottomSheetView from scratch in SwiftUI. SwiftUI is pretty young and misses some components that we expect to have out of the box. But it provides all the needed APIs to build whatever we want. However, sometimes we need to reuse UIKit views instead of making the SwiftUI versions. This week I want to talk to you about using UIKit views in SwiftUI.

Jan 29, 2020swiftwithmajid.com
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Discover how to use SwiftUI syntax and concepts in UIKit. In this series I'll guide you through DuckUI, SwiftUI for UIKit. Kinda.

Jun 18, 2019Rebeloper - Rebel Developer

Learn how to adopt SwiftUI on any Apple platform by adding SwiftUI views into your app's hierarchy, leveraging your existing data model and more.

Jan 22, 2021developer.apple.com
Jan 22, 2021developer.apple.com

The good thing about SwiftUI is whenever you hit a roadblock you can always come back to good old UIKit (and AppKit/WatchKit). Today I’m going to show you some examples of how to do it.

Jan 22, 2021sarunw.com

If you’ve used UIKit before, many of the classes you know and love map pretty much directly to their SwiftUI equivalents just by dropping the UI prefix. That doesn’t mean they are the same thing underneath, just that they have the same or similar functionality.

Jan 22, 2021www.hackingwithswift.com