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SwiftUI + Xcode 12

SwiftUI | Implement a TabView With TabItem()

Let’s see how to implement a SwiftUI TabView that switch Views each time you click on a TabItem

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Difficulty: Beginner | Easy | Normal | Challenging

Environment : Xcode 12 & SwiftUI

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Introducing Swift Productions: weekly articles and tutorials to learn how to build an App using Swift, SwiftUI & Firebase.

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Sullivan De Carli

Sullivan De Carli

Consultant in iOS Dev at Deloitte. I write about Design & App development. Let’s have a chat at hello@sullivandecarli.com

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