Understanding and effectively utilizing the safe area and tab bar sizes is essential when developing iOS apps with SwiftUI in order to produce aesthetically pleasing and useful user experiences.
The safe area makes sure that even on devices with notches or home indicator areas, the content is still viewable and properly aligned.
On the other hand, our app’s tab bar offers a dependable navigation and content organizing structure. In this tutorial, we’ll examine how to get SwiftUI’s safe area and tab bar sizes that can help build responsive and engaging user interfaces.
I build a one screen App for you to check for yourself the sizes.
For PROJECT LINK, please scroll to the end of the article; You will find the github Link
The Code is here, For simplicity sake I have Added all the needed extensions in one file;
let safeTopAreaSize = safeAreaInsets.top
let safeBottomAreaSize = safeAreaInsets.bottom
let safeLeadingAreaSize = safeAreaInsets.leading
let safeTrailingAreaSize = safeAreaInsets.trailing
let tabBarHeightSize = UITabBarController().height
let tabBarWidthSize = UITabBarController().width
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