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taci-tech/defined-elements-swiftui v0.0.5
A Multiplatform User Interface Framework. Make your projects easier on building, nicer on looking, and softer on using! Sub-repo for SwiftUI.
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{ defined-elements }
SwiftUI Version

This package is the SwiftUI version of Defined Elements.
Looking for other versions? Check out our main repo!

Re-define the User Experience on all apple platforms.
Build specifically for SwiftUI.


Not finished yet.


How to contribute?

Since this framework has not yet done its initial development, we do not expect any contribution for now!


Framework: Lingxi Li


Stars: 1
Last commit: 1 week ago
jonrohan Something's broken? Yell at me @ptrpavlik. Praise and feedback (and money) is also welcome.

Release Notes

v0.0.5 Early Access Preview
1 week ago

Must read!

Notice: We have NOT finished all the basic buildings for now. We only have done some basic structures. Some methods are not even stable enough to be kept. And we are 100% NOT making it production-ready on a pre-release version.

This is just an Early Access Preview pre-release. You are free to use it, but keep in mind that it may contain some bugs. And there is a risk that on a pre-release version, we may modify some public APIs, which may crash your program if you do not apply some changes.

Why am I going to see this?

These tiny releases (and pre-releases) are going to help us to track the developer experience on Defined Elements. You can use it on your test project or toy project for testing purposes and early-access purposes.

I highly NOT recommend you to use it for production because it is probably not stable enough.

Known Issues

  • Some DE modifiers of DefinedButton are not made yet.
  • DefinedButton has some severe issues within the preset style. It will be fixed in a later version but not this version.
  • When using DefinedCoreTab, you need to pass in the parent page controller to navigate. (Because CoreTab is new to the DefinedViewManager, so we are going to cover it in a later version but not this version.)

Suggested Components to Use

  • DefinedPage
  • DefinedCoreTab
  • DefinedText
  • DefinedFont
  • more to come...

What's Changed

Full Changelog: https://github.com/taci-tech/defined-elements-swiftui/compare/v0.0.4...v0.0.5

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