Ever since it's introduction in 2019, SwiftUI has been a hit amongst iOS/macOS/tvOS/watchOS developers since it has made UI creation so much easier than UIKit. Not only can you make advanced layouts more easily now with SwiftUI, but it allows you to use the same set of tools and APIs to create UIs for all Apple platforms. As time goes on, Apple's plan is to use SwiftUI in many places as possible.
Swift is a powerful and intuitive programming language for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and iPad OS that Apple released to the public in 2014. Since then, Apple and the open-source community have continued contributing to it. At the moment, Swift is the official programming language for Apple devices replacing Objective-C. Through these years, many programmers … Continue reading Data Binding Techniques in MVVM (Swift, UIKit)