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How do I implement pull to refresh in SwiftUI?

By | June 11, 2024

There are two main approaches to implementing pull-to-refresh functionality in SwiftUI, depending on your SwiftUI version and desired level of customization: 1. Using the built-in refreshable modifier (iOS 16+) If you’re targeting iOS 16 and above, SwiftUI offers a built-in refreshable modifier that simplifies pull-to-refresh functionality for List and ScrollView. Here’s how to use it:… Read More »

How to use ‘AsyncImage’ in swiftUI?

By | May 27, 2024

AsyncImage is a component introduced in SwiftUI to handle the loading and displaying of remote images asynchronously. It simplifies the process of fetching images from the web, handling the loading state, and displaying a placeholder until the image is ready. Here’s a detailed breakdown of how AsyncImage works, its customisation options, and usage examples. Basic… Read More »

What are higher order functions in swift ?

By | February 28, 2024

Higher-order functions in Swift are functions that take other functions as parameters or return functions as output. They enable a functional programming style by allowing you to compose functions, pass behavior as arguments, and manipulate collections with concise and expressive code. Here are some common higher-order functions in Swift with examples: map(_:): filter(_:): reduce(_:combine:): sorted(by:):… Read More »

What is inout parameter in swift?

By | January 24, 2024

In Swift, inout is a keyword used to indicate that a parameter is passed by reference and can be modified inside a function, affecting the original value outside the function. This allows a function to modify the value of the parameter and have those changes reflected in the calling scope. Here’s an example to illustrate… Read More »