kandi X-RAY | SwiftUI Summary
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the swiftui code below should apply the sephia.tone filter to the current photo, to do it I used the code below but the filter is not applied, can anyone explain to me where the problem is? when I click on sepia I make the call to the function that applies the CiFilter,what is this due to? because the filter is not applied correctly
Swift UI Code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 16:15
You need to set input image for the filter and take care of the interoperately between
I don't know why there are both
foregroundColor properties in SwiftUI. I can't see their differences. For example:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 09:32
Both yield the same result when applied to a Button. However, you can retrieve the accent color of the current context more easily using
Color.accentColor as described here:
I have this code inside which I'm calling "makeView" function that returns a View, and in the makeView function I'm incrementing the variable "id" and passing it to the View, but when I do this it shows this error
"Updating a preview from SongsList_Previews in SongBook.app (2935) took more than 5 seconds."
And surprisingly when I comment out the line "self.id += 1" everything works. I'm new to SwiftUI, so forgive me if I left out some information....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 08:35
The variable is marked with
@State property wrapper.
How do I align the
Color views in a straight line with the text to the side?
To look like so (text aligned leading):
Or this (text aligned center):
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 01:08
I think this should align your text and fix your issue.
I have been testing the async/await functionality previewed in the Swift 5.5 release, but I am unable to collect the results from an async function and display them using SwiftUI. Here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 21:52
I am trying to call my JS function in my webview that takes 2 parameters using the evaluateJS however I do no appear to be hitting the function. (It works without params so I think I am getting the syntax wrong on the SwiftUI side. Wondering if anyone can advise please.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 20:00
Assuming everything else is working (like there being values for
Is it possible to create a widget in iOS 14+ without using SwiftUI? When adding the target it doesn't give you the option between storyboard and SwiftUI like it does when creating a new project. Is it possible to build out a Widget using Storyboard or XIB?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 19:09
No, it's not possible to create a widget without using SwiftUI. Here's what Apple's documentation says:
To implement a widget, you add a widget extension to your app. You configure the widget with a timeline provider, and use SwiftUI views to display the widget’s content. The timeline provider tells WidgetKit when to update your widget’s content.
I am building an application where one of the pages has a webview. Currently the page has a the webview representable and a view. Webview is brought to the view using the UIViewControllerRepresentable. I am wondering firstly how when I tap the login button can I call a function inside the LoginWebview, and also secondly vice versa, how can I call a function in the LoginView from the LoginWebview. I currently have the set up so that when I click login it toggles the states which causes the updateUIView to trigger but how can I call a custom made function in there? And vice versa
Apologies for the long description above and if this a stupid question
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 17:44
You can use computed property and closure for a callback.
Here is the example code.
I'm hoping that I can attach a recording of my simulator to this request. I have a list of items that I create a NavigationLink for that call a child view with different data based on a value passed in. The child view is a large horizontal scroll view with pages that support months of the year. DragGesture controls the positioning of the horizontal scroll.
When I transition from the List to the child view it appears almost like it is swooping in from the right and when it transitions back to the parent list view you can see visual from both views appear briefly during the transition.
I believe it has something to do with the GeometryReader and Horizontal Scroll view, but can't figure out how to stabilize it...
The list view is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 16:02
Currently you are using a custom horizontal carousel view(or custom PageTabView etc.), but using TabView with PageTabViewStyle() is easier, unless you want a special animation.
I know how a custom
ButtonStyle works. But I do want to have a fully reusable custom button.
Aka a button with Text and and Icon that has some styles applied.
I know how to achieve this using a ButtonStyle with a text property, but I think this is completely a misuse of button styles.
But I do not want to copy a Button with a large
HStack as content all over my app.
What do you recommend in such use cases? It seems that no one has subclassed a
Button in SwiftUI on the internet.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 14:42
You can use a ViewModifier.
The code below is a ViewModifier for a custom back button.
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