Save several days of development and headache by bootstrapping your iOS project with our SwiftUI starter kit
You get the full codebase, running in Xcode.
The iOS source code contains the implementation for the entire UI.
You get access to our open-source Github project.
Step-by-step documentation that covers everything you need to get started.
Get support from our developers in case anything comes up while following the documentation.
Use this project without license restrictions.
SwiftUI is the new modern way to build UI in iOS apps. It has been released at WWDC 2019, and it has evolved a lot since then. It’s critical for any iOS developer to learn SwiftUI as soon as possible, since the world is moving off UIKit quickly. Hopefully, our free SwiftUI starter project will make it easier for everyone to dip their toes into the SwiftUI framework.
Start your SwiftUI adventure with our open-source SwiftUI Starter. Learn how to build basic user interfaces in SwiftUI, directly from a real project. Simply download the Xcode project and run it on your MacOS.
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