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SwiftUI LazyHStack: a closer look

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LazyHStack is a container view used to layout child views in horizontal order, just like HStack with one difference, LazyHStack is lazy 🦥 😃.

Lazy mean only views that are visible on screen will be rendered. As user scrolls through the views, more views will be rendered only when they are about to become visible to the screen. This concept is very much close to what you might already know about use of…



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