WallpapersStudio-iOS

Convert photos into wallpapers - iOS application build with SwiftUI and ComposableArchitecture (by darrarski)

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darrarski/WallpapersStudio-iOS is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Thoughts on SwiftRex?
    It’s composable, so I think it fits nicely in simple and more complex projects. I’ve used it in several apps, including the more complicated with lot of screens and logic. You can check my open source app, WallpapersStudio, it’s quite simple though. Navigation could be tricky, but I think it’s not a problem of the architecture, but rather declarative UI implementation in SwiftUI. It could be better. You can find a lot of threads about navigation on Swift Forums, including my own where I discuss and propose how to implement navigation with SwiftUI and Composable Architecture (example on GitHub)