Episode #435

Working with Alerts in SwiftUI

11 minutes
Published on April 7, 2020

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In UIKit we use imperative code to do things like display alerts, but in SwiftUI we have a declarative structure. In this episode we will see how this changes how we work with alerts. We'll look at two ways of showing alerts, one with a simple boolean state variable, and one with a bindable identifiable type that is passed to our alert, which we use to show a specific error message if an operation fails.

This episode uses Xcode 11.4, Swift 5.2.