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SwiftUI Tutorial: Searchable

Create a search bar with only few lines of code

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Before iOS 15, SwiftUI doesn’t have any built-in search modifier. The most common way to create one is by hard coding a search functionality on TextField, then creating a view that will display the search results. All of this will be a thing of the past when majority of Apple users moves to iOS 15 in the near future. Because there’s a…

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