Updated for Xcode 13.0
Each modifier you add to a view adjusts whatever came before it, and you’re able to repeat modifiers more than once.
For example, we could add padding and a background color around a text view, then add some more padding and a different background color, then add some more padding and a third background color, all to make a particular effect:
Text("Forecast: Sun") .font(.largeTitle) .foregroundColor(.white) .padding() .background(Color.red) .padding() .background(Color.orange) .padding() .background(Color.yellow)
This is particularly useful for things like shadows, where you can create stronger shadow effects by repeating them as often as you need.
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