The answer to this question varies a little depending on which version of Xcode/Swift/iOS you are talking about, but the essential process is the same.
If you create a project in Xcode that uses the UIKit AppDelegate lifecycle then you will see the line
@main at the start of the
This tells the compiler that this file contains the
UIApplicationDelegate implementation. The compiler then synthesises a
main function for you that performs all of the required setup, including creating an instance of the
AppDelegate and assigning it to the
In earlier versions of Swift you would see
@UIApplicationMain that does essentially the same thing.
You can omit the
@UIApplicationMain and create your own main that does all of the required work, but this generally isn’t required.
With SwiftUI you now have the option of using SwiftUI lifecycle rather than UIKit lifecycle when you create the project. In this case you have an
App struct. This file still contains the
@main and is used to launch your app’s view hierarchy.
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