How to set height and width in proportion with superview in SwiftUI?

I want to know that is it possible to adjust height and width in proportion according to superview in SwiftUI to any UIControl ?

As we are doing like :

let txtFld = UITextField()
txtFld.frame = CGRect(origin: CGPoint(x: 0, y: 0), size: CGSize(width: self.view.frame.width/2, height: self.view.frame.height*0.1))

I know we can somehow achieve to adjust width by using Spacer(), .padding and edgeInsets. But what about height? I have seen lots of tutorial for SwiftUI, everywhere height is static. Even on Apple’s site. SwiftUI Tutorials

If anyone have knowledge about how to set height in proportion with view’s height, please share here. Because at some point we need like that. For ex. If it needs to make button according to device height. (Let’s say in iPhone SE = 40, iPhone 8P = 55, iPhone X = 65)

@vimipatel Do you still have issues with this?

Hi @vimipatel,
what you are looking for is a GeometryReader object. (Apple Developer Documentation)


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