SwiftUI 101: How to use @State and @Binding in your first custom UI control

Mariusz Błaszczyk
Jul 3, 2019 · 5 min read
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Preparations


Building UI

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XCode Preview of Rate Picker View

Adding interactions

State and Binding — what are those two about

View builders and functions returning SwiftUI View

Power of Previews

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Summary

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