🏗 A way to build AutoLayout rapidly than using InterfaceBuilder(XIB, Storyboard) in iOS.
So unless your app is quite small, I doubt you can meet a reasonable risk-reward ratio. Instead, try to ask yourself what specific factors make SwiftUI attractive to you. Is it the layout DSL? You can use result builders for that. Is it the redux-like state management? You can use Combine just as effective in standard UIKit.
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📌 Pin — a tiny library that makes working with AutoLayout easier
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