Rupesh Chaudhari
May 30, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

How to create a custom, collapsible sidebar in SwiftUI

Rupesh Chaudhari Rupesh is a programming enthusiast who is currently working with React Native to build beautiful hybrid mobile apps. He likes to solve competitive programming puzzles and enjoys gaming in his free time.

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6 Replies to "How to create a custom, collapsible sidebar in SwiftUI"

  1. This is a really complete and attentive tutorial. Thank you very much. Better than any other tutorial. I hope to translate in my native. But in the last step, explaining of MenuLinks tells to create a new swift-view file? If not, where do I put the code?

  2. P.s. Pointing out there is something wrong in your tutorial code. Line “…struct SideMenu: View {@Binding var isSidebarVisible: Bool…” and line “struct Sidebar: View {@Binding var isSidebarVisible: Bool” are the same thing. Unless you describe this as the same, the menu column is not visible. SideMenu should be written as Sidebar.

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