Using iOS 14’s Menu as a Picker in SwiftUI

Up until iOS 13, the options available for inline pickers felt limited. We could show the wheel inline, but that doesn’t look great in table views, lists, and forms. The other option was to use the navigation stack. But if we didn’t want to use the navigation stack, handling pickers could be painful.

Apart from those two options supported directly by iOS, many apps tried to solve this problem by showing the wheel in the keyboard area. Some apps even decided to use an action sheet, which in my opinion is a bad design choice.

Will iOS 14 help us solve this problem? If we look at the documentation for PickerStyle, there is no update for iOS 14. Where else can we look?

I was watching the Design with iOS Menus and Pickers session for WWDC 20 and there was a mention of using menus for selection.

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Using iOS 14’s Menu as a Picker in SwiftUI

Using iOS 14’s Menu as a Picker in SwiftUI

Up until iOS 13, the options available for inline pickers felt limited. We could show the wheel inline, but that doesn’t look great in table views, lists, and forms. The other option was to use the navigation stack. But if we didn’t want to use the navigation stack, handling pickers could be painful.

Apart from those two options supported directly by iOS, many apps tried to solve this problem by showing the wheel in the keyboard area. Some apps even decided to use an action sheet, which in my opinion is a bad design choice.

Will iOS 14 help us solve this problem? If we look at the documentation for PickerStyle, there is no update for iOS 14. Where else can we look?

I was watching the Design with iOS Menus and Pickers session for WWDC 20 and there was a mention of using menus for selection.

#ios #swift #xcode #swiftui

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Android Menu - Steps to implement Menu in Android - DataFlair

Types of Android Menu

Let us see the various types of menu in Android:

1. Android Options Menu

The Options Menu is a collection of options for an activity. It has a set of items that are useful to perform actions. It helps us to combine multiple actions together.

Following is an example of Options Menu:

Options Menu in Android

2. PopUp Menu

Pop-Up menu is a menu that displays a list of items in a popup window. A pop-up menu appears below the view by default, in case there is no space, it appears above it.

Android Pop Up menu

3. Contextual Menu

A contextual menu is a floating menu. It appears only when the users long-press an element or right clicks on that. It generally affects the selected element.

Contextual menu

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Sidebar Menu Using Only HTML and CSS | Side Navigation Bar

how to create a Sidebar Menu using HTML and CSS only. Previously I have shared a Responsive Navigation Menu Bar using HTML & CSS only, now it’s time to create a Side Navigation Menu Bar that slides from the left or right side.

Demo

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Understanding Grids in SwiftUI for iOS 14

SwiftUI was announced at WWDC 2019 and it paved a way for declarative programming for building interfaces. SwiftUI Grid comes in two different flavours, which includes LazyVGrid and LazyHGrid. As the name suggest, LazyVGrid is a Grid that flows in vertical direction and the LazyHGrid flows in horizontal direction.

If you are interested in videos then check out the following videos associated with this post.

Each Grid consists of GridItem, which dictates the structure of the cell displayed in the grid. GridItem can be fixedflexible or adaptive. Let’s start with the fixed size GridItems.

Fixed GridItems

var columns: [GridItem] = [

	        GridItem(.fixed(100)),
	        GridItem(.fixed(100)),
	        GridItem(.fixed(100))

	    ]

In the above code, we have created 3 fixed size columns of size 100. Now, we an easily use the LazyVGrid to create the columns and display information in the GridItem. This is shown below:

 NavigationView {

	            LazyVGrid(columns: columns) {

	                Rectangle()
	                    .fill(Color.red)
	                    .aspectRatio(contentMode: .fit)

	                Rectangle()
	                    .fill(Color.red)

	                Rectangle()
	                    .fill(Color.red)

	            }

	            .navigationTitle("LazyVGrid")
	        }

As you can see that for the content of LazyVGrid, we have used Rectangle but you can use any View you desire.

You can add more Rectangles to the LazyVGrid by running a ForEach. A ForEach loop will return a type View with each iteration. The implementation is shown below:

 NavigationView {

	            ScrollView {
	            LazyVGrid(columns: columns) {

	                ForEach(1..<20) { _ in
	                    Rectangle()
	                        .fill(Color.red)
	                        .aspectRatio(contentMode: .fit)
	                }

	            }}

	            .navigationTitle("LazyVGrid")
	        }

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