Do you want to give your SwiftUI app a unique and dynamic look?

Adding a touch of color and visual interest to your SwiftUI app can make your app stand out and more attractive.

One way to achieve this is by using Color Gradients which can add depth and dimension to the text by smoothly transitioning between multiple colors.
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That’s enough to know the latest iOS best practices.

In this article, we’ll have a quick look at a few most essential libraries and tips that make your day-to-day app development effective and easy.
The missing typesafe SwiftUI navigation library
Why another SwiftUI navigation library?
UIPilot is not a replacement of the SwiftUI's NavigationView, it's rather a wrapper around it that you would have likely written. Thus all standard NavigationView features like title, swipe gesture, topbar etc. are available by default.
SwiftLint — A linting tool that enforces Swift style and conventions, loosely based on GitHub’s Swift Style Guide.
When you're working on a project which has a big team, it could be hard to maintain code style & standards, also manual code style check is always a tedious task.
Thus, it’s better to let a tool and CI do the job for us by enforcing everyone in the team to follow community standards.