SwiftUI is a modern way to declare user interfaces for any Apple platform. Create beautiful, dynamic apps faster than ever before.

What is SwiftUI?

SwiftUI is a framework for building user interfaces for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS using the Swift programming language. It was introduced by Apple in 2019 as part of the iOS 13 release.

With SwiftUI, you can use a declarative syntax to define your user interface, which means you describe what your interface should look like, and the framework takes care of the details of how to display it. This makes it easier to create complex and dynamic interfaces, as well as to reuse code across different platforms.

Some of the features of SwiftUI include:

  • Declarative syntax: you define your interface using a series of views, which are combined together to create a complete interface.
  • Automatic layout: SwiftUI automatically lays out your interface based on the size and orientation of the device, as well as any constraints you provide.
  • Previewing: you can see how your interface will look on different devices and in different environments using the built-in preview functionality.
  • Animation: you can easily add animation and other dynamic behavior to your interface using SwiftUI's animation features.

SwiftUI represents a significant shift in the way that developers can create user interfaces for Apple's platforms, and it offers many advantages over previous approaches.


  • dev/swiftui.txt
  • Last modified: 2023/03/25 18:10
  • by Henrik Yllemo