Introducing the first SwiftUI book that will become your visual quickstart reference guide.

You will grasp SwiftUI quickly and easily by seeing the views the code creates. Every code sample comes with a view!

Learn Faster with Pictures

Reading a lot of code and text can be boring. That's why I made this book different.
The book has over 280 screenshots and over 400 pages! 
In this SwiftUI book, the pictures do the talking. That's the best way I learn. You see the picture then see the code and *click*, you get it.

How Much Is Your Time Worth?

Here's The Problem

You have to meet a deadline and you're looking for some sample code. You went through an old project, scrolled through Apple's tutorials, watched a video at 2X speed so you could find where it was. 

You Googled it, scanned the results, scanned through a few blogs, and 20 different Stackoverflow answers. 

All this time adds up! How many times a month do you do this?

Now Imagine This

You want to look up some sample code. You remembered you saw a picture of what you wanted because you remember pictures better than you can remember a bunch of code.

You find the picture and the code and then copy the code snippet. 2-3 minutes. 

How valuable is your time? (How much do you get paid per hour?) How much time could this save you every month so you can spend it with your loved ones or do more fun things?



Continuous Updates!

Like Swift, SwiftUI will be changing as time goes on. Even during the writing of this book, I have updated over 7 releases so far.
You will receive notifications when the book has been updated so you can always download the latest version.

How do I get book updates?

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Writing a book to teach such a visual topic as SwiftUI is not an easy task. Mark has achieved a terrifically useful result with this "recipe book" format. Scroll through the pages until you see a look you want to achieve and the code is right there.
Sarah Reichelt (@trozware)
This book is one of those things I constantly keep open on my computer for reference while I work; it has helped me so much, I love it! I’m a visual learner, so being able to see the code side-by-side with the UI example is golden!
Scott Smith (@scottsmithdev)
This book is comprehensively easy to understand and grasp the form of programming! I’m a visual learner, and need practical application! This book does it all for me.  Thanks again for putting it together! Great Job Sir!
EJ Sneaker (@esneaker30)
I love the content and the way Mark presents it! This is a fantastic book to have as you are developing your SwiftUI apps! Thanks, Mark
Caleb Wells (@cr_wells)
An absolutely stunning, informative, work of art. Mark has consolidated everything you need to know about SwiftUI into a beautiful book with code snippets and pictures.
Kilo Loco (@Kilo_Loco)
I think it is a great reference point for developers who want to dive into SwiftUI. Even for experienced Swift developers, it is very handy to look stuff up with. Good job!
Reshad Farid
SwiftUI Views is the most comprehensive resource about working with SwiftUI that I've seen. Mark Moeykens side-by-side format of previews and code make it incredibly easy to comprehend what's going on. A must for every pragmatic SwiftUI developer!
Reinder de Vries (LearnAppMaking.com)
I’ve loved using SwiftUI Views for my current app-development work. It’s a fantastic reference on the ins-and-outs of SwiftUI development, and the easy-to-use presentation style works well for anyone needing to quickly check on just what’s possible with SwiftUI. Great job Mark!
Graham Reynolds (@granito84)
The book helped a non-designer like me breathe life into my UI. With Mark’s clear, concise tips it’s like a delightful surprise is waiting on every page.
Michael Lysons
I'm really enjoying the visual format of the book, especially for learning something like SwiftUI. I love seeing the view and the code that creates that result with added notes to help you navigate around pitfalls. Pitfalls which probably took Mark hours to solve.
It's easy to jump in and hop around as a reference guide but can also be enjoyed front to back as I'm doing now. I'll definitely be referring back to this during my SwiftUI development.
Chris Ching - CodeWithChris

SwiftUI Views

I created this visual quickstart reference for Swift developers who needed something better than Apple's documentation. 
This picture book is for the visual learner to see and understand all the controls SwiftUI has to offer.
Save time by visually seeing what the modifiers do before you spend hours experimenting.

Hi! I'm Mark

I have been teaching programming for over 20 years in the work place and online.

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Hi, you're still here. You might as well get the free SwiftUI book sample. It contains over 200 pages and over 145 screenshots to get you going in SwiftUI.
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What's the difference between the free SwiftUI book sample and the full book?

The free SwiftUI book sample contains about 200 pages and has over 145 screenshots to get you started in SwiftUI. The full version has over 400 pages and over 280 screenshots. The full version will continually get added with more content in the future.
Also, the free book sample contains the full table of contents. So you can take a look at the difference.

How do I get the new version of the book when updates are made?

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The book is too expensive for my country. Do you have other options?

Here are some options:
  1. You can always start with the free SwiftUI book sample to get you learning SwiftUI.
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  3. Another option is to use the payment plan which breaks down the price into 3 easy payments.
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