I've been in iOS development for years now, and have always worked with UIKit programmatically (no storyboards). Therefore, the code for my UI has always been very Swift-y, and fit in well with the rest o my codebase.
When SwiftUI came out, I tried to get on board, but it was too unstable at the time and I decided to come back later.
This week, since SwiftUI 2.0 was released, I decided to give it another shot. Spun up a project, built a simple To-Do app, and came out with a dislike for SwiftUI. It just feels out-of-place in an iOS codebase, not quite Swift-y enough, with the "building blocks", almost childish feel of the UI code.
Don't get me wrong, I love some aspects of the new structure: Combine and the other SwiftUI property wrappers are amazing, and greatly simplify some painful aspects of building iOS apps. But SwiftUI itself, and its style, has disagreed with me thus far.
Does anybody else feel this way?