Apple’s documentation covers a lot of the basics of SwiftUI. But what about those gaps that still exist? SuperDocs provides additional information on 73 pages of Apple's official documentation, with more to be added soon. Every page has detailed code examples that cover how you would use that SwiftUI structure in a real app. The additional information is added directly under the declaration, so you can get a detailed overview before scrolling down to Apple's documentation. The following pages are covered in the current version: The View Protocol, Text, TextField, SecureTextField, Font, Image, SF Symbols, Button, NavigationView and NavigationLink, EditButton, MenuButton, PasteButton, Toggle, Picker, DatePicker, Slider, Stepper, HStack, VStack, and ZStack, List, ScrollView, ForEach, and DynamicViewContent, Identifiable, Axis, Form, Group and GroupBox, Section, Spacer, Divider, TabView, VSplitView and HSplitView, Alert, ActionSheet, EmptyView, EquatableView, AnyView, TupleView, Animation, Animatable and AnimatableData, AnimatablePair, EmptyAnimatableData, AnimatableModifier, withAnimation (Implicit Animation), AnyTransition, InsettableShape, FillStyle, ShapeStyle, GeometryEffect, Angle, Edge and EdgeInsets, Rectangle, RoundedRectangle, Circle, Ellipse, and Capsule, Path, ScaledShape, RotatedShape, and OffsetShape, TransformedShape, Color, ImagePaint, Gradients (Linear/Angular/Radial), GeometryReader and GeometryProxy, CoordinateSpace, UIHostingController, UIViewRepresentable, UIViewControllerRepresentable, DigitalCrownRotationalSensitivity, State, Binding, ObservedObject, EnvironmentObject, FetchRequest and FetchedResults, DynamicProperty, Environment, LocalizedStringKey, Gestures, The PreviewProvider protocol.