Rendering Markdown in SwiftUI

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Markdown is a lightweight markup language that is widely used for formatting plain text documents, and it is a great way to add rich text formatting to your SwiftUI applications. With the power of SwiftUI, it’s easy to render Markdown content and style it to match the look and feel of your app. In iOS 15, Apple has added markdown support right into SwiftUI out of the box.

struct ContentView: View {
   var body: some View {
       VStack {
           Text("**Thank you**")
           Text("*for your support*")
           Text("Take a look on  [SwiftUI Tips](")
Rendering Markdown in SwiftUI

The following example produces the bold, italic, and link text.

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