In the last SwiftUI tutorial I mentioned how views can be arranged using stacks:

VStack {
Text("Hello World")
Text("Hello again!")
}


See how there’s no space between the two Text views? That’s because it’s the default behavior of VStack.

VStack accepts a spacing parameter:

VStack(spacing: 100) {
Text("Hello World")
Text("Hello again!")
}


This puts a 100 points space between the views contained in the VStack.

You can also use a Spacer view:

VStack {
Text("Hello World")
Spacer()
Text("Hello again!")
}


Spacer fills all the available space as it can:

You can limit it to a specific set of points using the frame() modifier:

VStack {
Text("Hello World")
Spacer()
.frame(height: 20)
Text("Hello again!")
}