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SwiftUI Tutorial: Adding Gestures

Work with various types of gestures in SwiftUI

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SwiftUI does the heavy lifting by simplifying how gestures are coded so that developers can be more productive. The framework has several built-in gestures that’s commonly used on Apple devices such as tap, long press, drag, and magnification. In this article, we will tackle how to work on this gestures in SwiftUI.

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