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Can everything really be coded programmatically in Swift UI?
1 project | reddit.com/r/iOSProgramming | 7 Sep 2021
This seemed to work for the card game but I'm trying to make a simple bottom tab view bar and was surprised to see some open source solutions still use storyboards (https://github.com/Ramotion/animated-tab-bar). I'm hesitant to use them because I thought this was now essentially an outdated approach?
What are some alternatives?
XLPagerTabStrip - Android PagerTabStrip for iOS.
Hero - Elegant transition library for iOS & tvOS
SlideMenuControllerSwift - iOS Slide Menu View based on Google+, iQON, Feedly, Ameba iOS app. It is written in pure swift.
AsyncDisplayKit - Smooth asynchronous user interfaces for iOS apps.
Pagemenu - A paging menu controller built from other view controllers placed inside a scroll view (like Spotify, Windows Phone, Instagram)
Permission - A unified API to ask for permissions on iOS
Charts - Beautiful charts for iOS/tvOS/OSX! The Apple side of the crossplatform MPAndroidChart.
Material - A UI/UX framework for creating beautiful applications.
SwipeableTabBarController - UITabBarController with swipe interaction between its tabs.
Macaw - Powerful and easy-to-use vector graphics Swift library with SVG support
AREK - AREK is a clean and easy way to request any kind of iOS permission (with some nifty features 🤖)