Understanding SwiftUI's ViewModifiers and ViewBuilders

It has been more than a year since the release of SwiftUI, and we certainly had some interesting experiences with it so far. It can create a lot of  excitement, surprise, and sometimes a ton of annoyance too. If you have started making apps with SwiftUI, you might have encountered situations where if you used UIKit, the work would be done easily, but with SwiftUI it can sometimes take all day – even more. But since SwiftUI is still a baby, these things shouldn't stop one from learning and unwrapping its mysteries because, with time, it will grow, get better and make our app development way easier.

In this article, we are going to learn two of the key components of SwiftUI, which are ViewModifiers and ViewBuilders. ViewModifiers play a significant role in SwiftUI. Most of the functions called on a SwiftUI View are view modifiers. It is the primary way of modifying a view in SwiftUI. As for ViewBuilders, it is mainly used to create custom container views, which can also become a reusable view component.

In this post, we will take a look at some ready-to-use modifiers, then we will build our own custom view modifier and create a reusable custom container view with ViewBuilder. Using this we can implement gorgeous design systems that are consistent across the entire app and encourage code reusability and good architectural patterns.

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How Mobile App Development Has Brought A Revolution In The Healthcare Industry

Healthcare app development
Healthcare App Development by Vinsol

How can a smartphone app possibly help medical practitioners, when their goal is to analyze the symptoms and recommend suitable treatment?

Per my understanding until now, I was not flexible with the idea of how a healthcare app can benefit doctors and other healthcare professionals to treat patients. I thought till now, that the medical sector should have been left untouched with the furtherance of what we call ‘programming, software, lines of codes, etc.’ After all, I believed that a physician’s practice should be old school.

Thoughts like, ‘what if a mobile app does not work one day and the doctor is unable to treat a patient without it’ always hindered my opinion about combining software and medicine.

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Biggest Trends in Mobile App Development We've Seen This Year

 

app development trends in 2019

Business trend awareness is more important than you think.

Your ability to identify the changes (market trends) and act accordingly is the key to steer your efforts in the right direction.

How do we know what people want?

We calculate. It is called Business Forecasting. You have to estimate the growth opportunities and strategize a successful launch, especially for a mobile app. Before you build a mobile application for your business, I am here to tell you about a vital area to make your venture prosperous -

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Vinsol Allures GoodFirms Recognition for Exclusive Mobile App Development Services

Vinsol listed as top app development company in San Francisco

Vinsol is recognized as one of the popular mobile app development organizations by GoodFirms.The company has its offices in San Francisco (United States) and Delhi (India). Vinsol has strongly evolved, making remarkable progress in mobile app development and has delivered more than 150 applications including some renowned names in the industry.

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Why We Love Mobile App Development With React Native (And You Should, Too!)

React Native to build a mobile app?

Well, it is created by Facebook itself. It’s something big for sure!

For starters, React Native is an open-source JavaScript framework (a free-to-use tool) to create highly-interactive mobile applications that can run on BOTH iOS and Android mobiles.

That’s right! Think of a design, assemble some components, code a little, and your app is ready to run on almost 100% of smartphones in the world

It’s how tons of apps are being built these days. Thanks to different frameworks, libraries, modules, and ready-made chunks of codes - making life easier for programmers.

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