SwiftUI framework got a new addition in iOS 16 named Grid which is enables creating grid layouts in a quick way. The main difference between using Grid instead of combining HStack and VStack is that all the cells will get the same size. SwiftUI will create all the cells, measure the size, and apply the largest size to all the cells. Here is an example of a grid which in addition to cells have additional accessory views.
In the example above we can see how Grid is created: first we have the Grid container view with one or multiple GridRow views which represents a single row of cells. If we want to decorate the grid with accessory views, we can just add more views which are not wrapped into GridRow. Separator view is just a view which displays text and a divider. The gridCellUnsizedAxes() allows controlling how these accessory views are laid out. Separator contains a Divider, which is a flexible view and wants to take as much space it could. By applying the view modifier we can disable this behaviour and the width of the accessory view is not limited by the number of columns in the grid.
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